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AA187C – Week 3 Lecture 2 24/01/2008 14:10:00 Team Luis: What does the author mean by “We kill ourselves slowly. Everyday, every  Sunday. Each prayer to Jesus means a nail in our own coffin. Each time we switch  something ON (radio, lamps, TV, ignitions…) means a nail in our coffin” (238) The great influence of the Western culture “killing” their Samoan traditions and roots (chip away and transform) And the Samoans are allowing this to happen, not trying to stop it Team Cash Money Millionaires (TCMM): What is the significance of Siniva’s character? How is she portrayed, and how  does her portrayal and her views influnece Alofa? Siniva – Alofa’s aunt and left the village for higher education; dressed  appropriately and proper when she left but after she got back, she was Jimmy 
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