A bibliography of writing by Māori in English
"Ko Te Toka-namu-a-Mihimarino." Te Ao Hou 65 (1968/69): 8.
"Taharakau." Te Ao Hou 69 (1971): 6-8.
In Māori and English. This is an account of some of the famous sayings of Taharakau, an ancestor of the Ngāti Maru people, a sub-tribe of Rongowhakaata. Hera writes that although Taharakau was not of high rank, he was "renowned for his witty replies to questions asked of him by Tamatea-te-rangi, a chief of Te Wairoa in Hawke’s Bay". At the conclusion of this article, Hera provides a section entitled "Notes on the Answers to the Questions".
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