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  Volume 18, Number 1, 2006

Table of Contents

From: Manoa

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Guest Editor: Brent Fujinaka

Editor's Note

pp. vii-x
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Part One: Human Nature Itself is Poetic

Human Nature Itself Is Poetic: An Interview

pp. 1-8
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Three Poems

pp. 9-10
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Writing in Two Tongues

pp. 12-16
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A Necessary Beginning: An Interview

pp. 17-27
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Fishing in the River Esk

pp. 28-29
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My American Books

pp. 31-35
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Part Two: Inscription Etched by Water

Inscription Etched by Water

pp. 36-37
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Coming Full Circle: An Interview

pp. 39-43
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The Writer and the Native Tradition: A Conversation

pp. 44-48
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A Quid of Betel

pp. 49-50
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Spirit and Literature

pp. 51-57
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Keeping Not Writing: An Interview

pp. 58-65
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The Lion

pp. 66-70
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Pasemon: On Allusion and Illusions

pp. 72-82
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Part Three: Words from the Fire

Parable of the Googol Balloons

pp. 83-84
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An Autobiography

pp. 85-92
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Words from the Fire: An Interview

pp. 93-96
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Nyima Tsering's Tears

pp. 97-103
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Cricket Song

pp. 105-106
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Without Words: An Interview

pp. 108-115
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Part Four: Encounters

A Poem That Came Easily

pp. 116-117
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Realism, Humor, and Social Commitment: An Interview

pp. 119-124
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A Particular Sort of Story

pp. 126-129
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The Land of Peach Blossoms

pp. 130-137
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To the Readers

p. 138
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From Mother Tongue to Linguistic Mother

pp. 139-143
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Encounters

pp. 144-153
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A Commitment to Life: An Interview

pp. 155-162
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Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 163-165
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