TE WHĀNAU UENUKU – EBOOK Erania Pinnera Publ., September 2012
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During the Rugby World Cup 2011 I had a column on IlGrillotalpa blog (now Onrugby.it). The column was named ‘Uenuku, tutti i colori dell’arcobaleno’ (Uenuku, all the colours of the rainbow). Uenuku is the Māori god of rainbows, and he’s also the best metaphore to explain all the colours and the people around RWC 2011.
After a year, New Zealand World Cup memories are still alive in the hearts and minds of those who lived the RWC. From folklore to supporters, including All Blacks and Christchirch earthquakes, I wanted to celebrate this rugby event by collecting the best Uenuku’s articles, adding unpublished contents and interviews as well. And last but not least, a funny appendix dedicated to rugby women, from the skilled ones to the newbies.
The ebook contains also the gorgeous photos by Sabrina Conforti and a preface by Paolo Wilhelm.
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