Mihipeka: Time of Turmoil
"This is the continuation of Aunty Mihi's story, begun in "Mihipeka: early years". It is a powerful, honest and marvellously evocative view of New Zealand during World War II and the fifties, through the eyes of a young Māori woman desparately trying to fit into the Pākehā system."--Back cover.
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