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'Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, 2007. Hardcover. 20 cm, "Indians first arrived in Fiji as indentured laborers in 1879. Since the Rabuka coup d'etat in 1987, and three subsequent Fiji coups, Indian-Fijians have been emigrating from the country in earnest. Stopover is a haunting suite of photographs by New Zealand artist Bruce Connew from the tiny Indian-Fijian sugar cane settlement of Vatiyaka, taken during seven visits between June 2000 and November 2003, placing an extended family inside the story of migration. Connew's narrative captions and a story by Brij V. Lal take the reader to the heart of an embattled life."--Publisher's web site. Condition : very good. ISBN 0824831985[KEYWORDS: PHOTOGRAPHY, *. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 221692
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