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Series: Manoa

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Japan: Kaho'olawe (Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing, Volume 7: Number 1: Summer 1995)7.1
Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing (Volume 7: Number 2: Winter 1995) by Frank Stewart7.2
Inland Shores by Frank Stewart11.1
Silenced Voices (Manoa Ser. 12) by Frank Stewart12.1
Song of the Snow Lion: New Writing from Tibet (Manoa 12:2) by Frank Stewart12.2
Silence to Light: Japan and the Shadows of War by Frank Stewart13.1
Secret Places: Featuring New Writing from Nepal (Manoa)13.2
Two Rivers: New Vietnamese Writing from America and Viet Nam (Manoa: Pacific Journal of International Writing) by Frank Stewart14.1
Century of the Tiger: One Hundred Years of Korean Culture in America 1903-2003 (Manoa 14, 2) by Jenny Ryun Foster14.2
The Mystified Boat and Other New Stories from China (Manoa) by Frank Stewart15.2
In the Shadow of Angkor: Contemporary Writing from Cambodia by Frank Stewart16.1
Jungle Planet: And Other New Stories From The Pacific, Asia, and the Americas (Manoa: Pacific Journal of International Writing) by Frank Stewart16.2
Blood Ties: Writing Across Chinese Borders by Frank Stewart17.1
Varua Tupu: New Writing And Art from French Polynesia (Manoa) by Frank Stewart17.2
Gates of Reconciliation: Literature and the Ethical Imagination (Manoa) by Frank Stewart20.1
Enduring War: Stories of What We've Learned (Manoa) by Frank Stewart20.2
Voices from Okinawa: Featuring Three Plays by Jon Shirota by Frank Stewart21.1
Lucky Come Hawaii: A Novel of December 7, 1941 (Manoa 21:2) by Jon Shirota21.2

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Manoa is the Journal of the University of Hawai'i.

Subtitle: A Pacific Journal of International Writing

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