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Title   14 Degrees South : Selected Poems : American Samoa 1981-2006 

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Author   ENRIGHT John  ISBN   9789820108905  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   University of the South Pacific Press  Group   Fiction View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Poetry  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2012 
Subject   Poetry 
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Synopsis 14 Degrees South : Selected Poems, American Samoa, 1981-2006, was a winner of the USP Press Prize for poetry in 2011, recognizing the contribution of the veteran Pacific author and activist John Enright of American Samoa, which sits at 14 degrees south latitude. This selection, a distillation of his poetic output during 26 years living in the islands, captures both the simplicity and the mystery of island life. American Samoa's Poet Laureate John Enright sings the lyrical song of Samoa in ways unmatched by anyone, anytime in the history of those islands, and it has been crafted by the hand of a master. This collection stands tall in the first rank of Pacific literature and for many years will set the standard for books of its kind.

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