Malo Tupou: An Oral History
"Anything I wanted to do, I did. Anything I wanted, I got ... It's not hard to see that by the tender age of five I was well on the way to becoming the self-willed, spoiled brat that I still am today." Born in Tonga in 1913, Tupou Posesi Fanua was an only child - always curious; always crossing boundaries. At the age of eighty-one, Tupou recounted her memories of the first twenty-one years of her life to Lois Webster. The result is a compelling oral history of early twentieth century Tonga from a woman's perspective.