Moloka'i Quotes

Alan Brennert
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"Even at her age Rachel understood money was often a problem in her family, and though she rarely wanted for anything of substance she knew Mama worked hard to stretch out the money Papa left her; particularly now, eight months after they last saw him." Chap.1, p. 7

"Friends and family crowded into the Kalama home that night, laughing and eating, singing and talking story. Rachel sat, as she often did at such gatherings, on the lap of her tall, rangy Uncle Pono—Papa's older brother, Kapona Kalama, a plantation worker in Wimanalo. 'Ey, there's my favorite niece!' he would say, hoisting her into his arms." Chap. 1, p. 9

"Pono lay on the ground, half blinded, the tears in his eyes not from the smoke but from the thought of what he was about to lose. His cheek had been abraded by the bramble of cane, but the...

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