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“The most famous name associated with Moloka'i is Father”
“Did the idea for Honolulu come out of your research for your previous book, Moloka'i?”
“Though I read about it in my research for Moloka'i, it was a time period I couldn't really explore in depth in that book, since my main characters were held in isolation at Kalaupapa.”
“I visited Moloka'i for the first time in 1996, but it wasn't until three years later that I began reading about Kalaupapa, the leprosy settlement on the island's north shore.”
“Like Rachel Kalama in Moloka'i, Jin is a fictional creation, but is inspired by any number of actual women who emigrated to Hawai'i between 1903 and”
“How much of Moloka'i is based on fact, and how much is fiction?”
“In two separate interviews Alan Brennert discusses his first two books, Moloka'i and”
“The details of life on Moloka'i came in part from letters and journals in the Hawai'i”
“This was a time period I couldn't really explore in depth in Moloka'i, since my main characters were in isolation at Kalaupapa.”
“When the network opted not to produce it, Alan decided he needed to write something that people would get to see, and the result was Moloka'i.”
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