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The Mermaid The Witch And The Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Title The Mermaid the Witch and the Sea
Author Maggie Tokuda-Hall
Publisher Candlewick Press
Release Date 2020-05-05
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781536214536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a world divided by colonialism and threaded with magic, a desperate orphan turned pirate and a rebellious imperial lady find a connection on the high seas. Aboard the pirate ship Dove, Flora the girl takes on the identity of Florian the man to earn the respect and protection of the crew. For Flora, former starving urchin, the brutal life of a pirate is about survival: don’t trust, don’t stick out, and don’t feel. But on this voyage, Flora is drawn to the Lady Evelyn Hasegawa, who is headed to an arranged marriage she dreads. Flora doesn’t expect to be taken under Evelyn’s wing, and Evelyn doesn’t expect to find such a deep bond with the pirate Florian. Neither expects to fall in love. Soon the unlikely pair set in motion a wild escape that will free a captured mermaid (coveted for her blood) and involve the mysterious Pirate Supreme, an opportunistic witch, double agents, and the all-encompassing Sea herself. Deftly entwining swashbuckling action and quiet magic, Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s inventive debut novel conjures a diverse cast of characters seeking mastery over their fates while searching for answers to big questions about identity, power, and love.

The Mermaid The Witch And The Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Title The Mermaid the Witch and the Sea
Author Maggie Tokuda-Hall
Publisher Candlewick Press (MA)
Release Date 2020-05-05
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781536204315
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a world divided by colonialism and threaded with magic, a desperate orphan turned pirate and a rebellious imperial lady find a connection on the high seas. Aboard the pirate ship Dove, Flora the girl takes on the identity of Florian the man to earn the respect and protection of the crew. For Flora, former starving urchin, the brutal life of a pirate is about survival: don't trust, don't stick out, and don't feel. But on this voyage, Flora is drawn to the Lady Evelyn Hasegawa, who is headed to an arranged marriage she dreads. Flora doesn't expect to be taken under Evelyn's wing, and Evelyn doesn't expect to find such a deep bond with the pirate Florian. Neither expects to fall in love. Soon the unlikely pair set in motion a wild escape that will free a captured mermaid (coveted for her blood) and involve the mysterious Pirate Supreme, an opportunistic witch, double agents, and the all-encompassing Sea herself. Deftly entwining swashbuckling action and quiet magic, Maggie Tokuda-Hall's inventive debut novel conjures a diverse cast of characters seeking mastery over their fates while searching for answers to big questions about identity, power, and love.

Sea Witch Rising by Sarah Henning

Title Sea Witch Rising
Author Sarah Henning
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2019-08-06
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780062931498
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“The Little Mermaid” takes a twisted turn in this thrilling sequel to villainess origin story Sea Witch, as the forces of land and sea clash in an epic battle for freedom, redemption, and true love. Runa will not let her twin sister die. Alia traded her voice to the Sea Witch for a shot at happiness with a prince who doesn’t love her. And his rejection will literally kill her—unless Runa intervenes. Under the sea, Evie craves her own freedom—but liberation from her role as Sea Witch will require an exchange she may not be willing to make. With their hearts’ desires at odds, what will Runa and Evie be willing to sacrifice to save their worlds? Told from alternating perspectives, this epic fairy tale retelling is a romantic and heart-wrenching story about the complications of sisterhood, the uncompromising nature of magic, and the cost of redemption.

Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

Title Sea Witch
Author Sarah Henning
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2018-07-31
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780062438812
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Wicked meets "The Little Mermaid" in the captivating origin story of the sea's most iconic villainess, perfect for fans of Heartless and Dorothy Must Die. Ever since her best friend Anna died, Evie has been an outcast in her small fishing town. Hiding her talents, mourning her loss, drowning in her guilt. Then a girl with an uncanny resemblance to Anna appears on the shore, and the two girls catch the eyes of two charming princes. Suddenly Evie feels like she might finally have a chance at her own happily ever after. But magic isn’t kind, and her new friend harbors secrets of her own. She can’t stay in Havnestad—or on two legs—without Evie’s help. And when Evie reaches deep into the power of her magic to save her friend’s humanity—and her prince’s heart—she discovers, too late, what she’s bargained away.

Love In The Library by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Title Love in the Library
Author Maggie Tokuda-Hall
Publisher Candlewick Press
Release Date 2022-01-11
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781536225747
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Set in an incarceration camp where the United States cruelly detained Japanese Americans during WWII and based on true events, this moving love story finds hope in heartbreak. To fall in love is already a gift. But to fall in love in a place like Minidoka, a place built to make people feel like they weren’t human—that was miraculous. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Tama is sent to live in a War Relocation Center in the desert. All Japanese Americans from the West Coast—elderly people, children, babies—now live in prison camps like Minodoka. To be who she is has become a crime, it seems, and Tama doesn’t know when or if she will ever leave. Trying not to think of the life she once had, she works in the camp’s tiny library, taking solace in pages bursting with color and light, love and fairness. And she isn’t the only one. George waits each morning by the door, his arms piled with books checked out the day before. As their friendship grows, Tama wonders: Can anyone possibly read so much? Is she the reason George comes to the library every day? Beautifully illustrated and complete with an afterword, back matter, and a photo of the real Tama and George—the author’s grandparents—Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s elegant love story for readers of all ages sheds light on a shameful chapter of American history.

The Penguin Book Of Mermaids by Cristina Bacchilega

Title The Penguin Book of Mermaids
Author Cristina Bacchilega
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2019-10-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780525505570
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dive into centuries of mermaid lore with these captivating tales from around the world. A Penguin Classic Among the oldest and most popular mythical beings, mermaids and other merfolk have captured the imagination since long before Ariel sold her voice to a sea witch in the beloved Disney film adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid." As far back as the eighth century B.C., sailors in Homer's Odyssey stuffed wax in their ears to resist the Sirens, who lured men to their watery deaths with song. More than two thousand years later, the gullible New York public lined up to witness a mummified "mermaid" specimen that the enterprising showman P. T. Barnum swore was real. The Penguin Book of Mermaids is a treasury of such tales about merfolk and water spirits from different cultures, ranging from Scottish selkies to Hindu water-serpents to Chilean sea fairies. A third of the selections are published here in English for the first time, and all are accompanied by commentary that explores their undercurrents, showing us how public perceptions of this popular mythical hybrid--at once a human and a fish--illuminate issues of gender, spirituality, ecology, and sexuality.

The Mermaid And The Sea Witch by Rosemary Hawkins

Title The Mermaid and the Sea Witch
Author Rosemary Hawkins
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2015-01-19
Category
Total Pages 26
ISBN 1507621426
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The pretty Mermaid Princess Marina lives a happy, sunny life in Bountiful Bay with her parents, the Mer King and Queen, and all her fun-loving friends. Until - One Day - the Sea Witch appears upon the scene! See how she hatches a cunning plot to kidnap the Mermaid Princess and drive the Mer-folk from their happy home. But will she succeed, or will the Mer-folk foil her wicked plan?

The Little Mermaid And Other Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen

Title The Little Mermaid and Other Fairy Tales
Author Hans Christian Andersen
Publisher Courier Corporation
Release Date 2012-03-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 112
ISBN 9780486111377
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Thirteen engaging tales exuding originality, whimsy and humor — among them "Great Claus and Little Claus," "The Ugly Duckling," "The Red Shoes," "Thumbelina," and the title story.

In Deeper Waters by F.T. Lukens

Title In Deeper Waters
Author F.T. Lukens
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2021-04-20
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781534480520
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“A frothy confection of sea-foam, young love, and derring-do.” —NPR A young prince must rely on a mysterious stranger to save him when he is kidnapped during his coming-of-age tour in this swoony adventure that is The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue meets Pirates of the Caribbean. Prince Tal has long awaited his coming-of-age tour. After spending most of his life cloistered behind palace walls as he learns to keep his forbidden magic secret, he can finally see his family’s kingdom for the first time. His first taste of adventure comes just two days into the journey, when their crew discovers a mysterious prisoner on a burning derelict vessel. Tasked with watching over the prisoner, Tal is surprised to feel an intense connection with the roguish Athlen. So when Athlen leaps overboard and disappears, Tal feels responsible and heartbroken, knowing Athlen could not have survived in the open ocean. That is, until Tal runs into Athlen days later on dry land, very much alive, and as charming—and secretive—as ever. But before they can pursue anything further, Tal is kidnapped by pirates and held ransom in a plot to reveal his rumored powers and instigate a war. Tal must escape if he hopes to save his family and the kingdom. And Athlen might just be his only hope…

The Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski

Title The Midnight Lie
Author Marie Rutkoski
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780374306397
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Set in the world of the New York Times–bestselling Winner’s Trilogy, Marie Rutkoski's The Midnight Lie is an epic LGBTQ romantic fantasy about learning to free ourselves from the lies others tell us—and the lies we tell ourselves. Where Nirrim lives, crime abounds, a harsh tribunal rules, and society’s pleasures are reserved for the High Kith. Life in the Ward is grim and punishing. People of her low status are forbidden from sampling sweets or wearing colors. You either follow the rules, or pay a tithe and suffer the consequences. Nirrim keeps her head down, and a dangerous secret close to her chest. But then she encounters Sid, a rakish traveler from far away, who whispers rumors that the High Kith possess magic. Sid tempts Nirrim to seek that magic for herself. But to do that, Nirrim must surrender her old life. She must place her trust in this sly stranger who asks, above all, not to be trusted.

The Dark Matter Of Mona Starr by Laura Lee Gulledge

Title The Dark Matter of Mona Starr
Author Laura Lee Gulledge
Publisher Abrams
Release Date 2020-04-07
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781683358633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A bold and original YA graphic novel about one teen’s battle to understand her mental illness—and find her creative genius Sometimes, the world is too much for Mona Starr. She’s sweet, geeky, and creative, but it’s hard for her to make friends and connect with other people, and her depression seems to take on a vivid, concrete form. She calls it her Matter. The Matter seems to be everywhere, telling Mona she’s not good enough and that everyone around her wishes she’d go away. But with therapy, art, writing, and the persistence of a few good friends, Mona starts to understand her Matter and how she can turn her fears into strengths. Heartfelt, emotionally vulnerable, and visually stunning, The Dark Matter of Mona Starris a story about battling your inner doubts and fears—and finding your creative genius.

Title The Prince and the Sea Witch
Author A G Marshall
Publisher Independently Published
Release Date 2021-10-08
Category
Total Pages 124
ISBN 9798492650063
Language English, Spanish, and French
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All mermaids long for the magic of a human soul. Briony won't drown sailors to get it. She makes potions instead, earning a reputation as a witch and becoming a social outcast. When a little mermaid asks for a potion that can reunite her with the human she loves, Briony reluctantly agrees. But there is more to the mermaid's plan than a quest for love. The more Briony interacts with the human prince the mermaid wants to claim, the more she suspects that he never loved the little mermaid at all. Discover a retelling of The Little Mermaid that turns the classic fairytale inside out and upside down. Where mermaids lure men to their deaths with siren songs and the sea witch will be the hero if she survives the final battle. The Prince and the Sea Witch is one of twelve short novels in A VILLAIN'S EVER AFTER, a collection of standalone stories featuring villainous twists on some of your favorite classic fairytales. Read the series in any order for magical adventures . . . and fall in love with villains as you've never seen them before. Who said villains can't have happily-ever-afters?

When We Were Magic by Sarah Gailey

Title When We Were Magic
Author Sarah Gailey
Publisher Simon Pulse
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781534432871
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A moving, darkly funny novel about six teens whose magic goes wildly awry from Magic for Liars author Sarah Gailey, who Chuck Wendig calls an “author to watch.” Keeping your magic a secret is hard. Being in love with your best friend is harder. Alexis has always been able to rely on two things: her best friends, and the magic powers they all share. Their secret is what brought them together, and their love for each other is unshakeable—even when that love is complicated. Complicated by problems like jealousy, or insecurity, or lust. Or love. That unshakeable, complicated love is one of the only things that doesn't change on prom night. When accidental magic goes sideways and a boy winds up dead, Alexis and her friends come together to try to right a terrible wrong. Their first attempt fails—and their second attempt fails even harder. Left with the remains of their failed spells and more consequences than anyone could have predicted, each of them must find a way to live with their part of the story.

Mermaid Moon by Susann Cokal

Title Mermaid Moon
Author Susann Cokal
Publisher Candlewick Press
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 492
ISBN 9781536211795
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the far northern reaches of civilization, a mermaid leaves the sea to look for her land-dwelling mother among people as desperate for magic and miracles as they are for life and love. Blood calls to blood; charm calls to charm. It is the way of the world. Come close and tell us your dreams. Sanna is a mermaid — but she is only half seavish. The night of her birth, a sea-witch cast a spell that made Sanna’s people, including her landish mother, forget how and where she was born. Now Sanna is sixteen and an outsider in the seavish matriarchy, and she is determined to find her mother and learn who she is. She apprentices herself to the witch to learn the magic of making and unmaking, and with a new pair of legs and a quest to complete for her teacher, she follows a clue that leads her ashore on the Thirty-Seven Dark Islands. There, as her fellow mermaids wait in the sea, Sanna stumbles into a wall of white roses thirsty for blood, a hardscrabble people hungry for miracles, and a baroness who will do anything to live forever. From the author of the Michael L. Printz Honor Book The Kingdom of Little Wounds comes a gorgeously told tale of belonging, sacrifice, fear, hope, and mortality. From the author of the Michael L. Printz Honor Book The Kingdom of Little Wounds comes a gorgeously told tale of belonging, sacrifice, fear, hope, and mortality.

Merewif by Amanda Adam

Title Merewif
Author Amanda Adam
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021-07-13
Category
Total Pages 370
ISBN 0578944022
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Madge receives a moonstone necklace on her sixteenth birthday, she learns she is not only a mermaid, but also a witch.She isn't supposed to be both.You're either pureblooded Saelfen - what humans call mermaids - or you've got human blood in the mix, making you a witch. And witches don't have the ability to transform. But seeing she's been hidden from her kind since she was two-years-old, her Vala hidden within a necklace until now, it's a shock any of it is real in the first place, let alone the fact she is an impossible anomaly to her kind.As if wrapping her head around the fact she is a mermaid-witch wasn't enough, it also turns out her parents were royals to her kind and didn't die as she's been told they were her whole life but were murdered by her estranged aunt Viviane who is now after her. She is just a Merewif, after all. A witch, like her unworthy mother, and only pureblooded Saelfen have ever been royal and connected to the Council of the Nine, a global network of royal leaders who oversee the realms.Now she must hone her newfound Vala and unravel clues from her mother's tome if she's to not only prove herself fit to lead her kind, but also if she's to save them from an ancient, otherworldly darkness, wielded by her murderous aunt who is hell-bent on having her way. Problem is she must traverse to the Old World to do it, a place riddled with legions of demonic sirens, and Lilith, the siren queen who knows she is coming.

The Sea Witch by S. J. Valfroy

Title The Sea Witch
Author S. J. Valfroy
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2015-10-10
Category
Total Pages 216
ISBN 1517719518
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever wondered why villains are what they are? Is a villainous heart instilled at birth, or do decisions and actions warp a good heart into a villainous one? You have certainly already heard of the Sea Witch, but do you know her real story? Though she works as a palace maid, Serena is no ordinary mermaid. From birth she manifested the magical powers of a sea witch, just like her mother, Moira. But Serena does not want to be like her mother, cruel and selfish, so she rejects her magical powers. At least until her ever growing love for the unattainable Prince Triton pushes her to her breaking point. Just when it seems he's taken notice, that she could actually win his heart, his mother, Queen Amphitrite, makes it clear her son will never marry a palace maid, much less the daughter of a sea witch with a seedy reputation. Serena's dreams are slipping through her fingers, and she must decide if she is willing to embrace her magical powers and take her dreams by force. Magic could solve all her problems, or so she thinks, but at what price?

Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Title Squad
Author Maggie Tokuda-Hall
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2021-10-05
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780062943163
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An IndieBound Bestseller “Squad is a fast-paced and feminist horror story for every girl who’s ever felt like prey, and asks how far a girl should go to hunt the hunters.”—Laura Ruby, author of National Book Award Finalist Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All “Squad is a story fitted with the sharpest teeth that chomps down on the patriarchy, and I adored it with my entire vicious heart."—Chloe Gong, author of New York Times–bestselling These Violent Delights Pretty Little Liars meets Teen Wolf in this sharply funny, and patriarchy-smashing graphic novel from author Maggie Tokuda-Hall and artist Lisa Sterle. When the new girl is invited to join her high school’s most popular clique, she can’t believe her luck—and she can’t believe their secret, either. When Becca transfers to a high school in an elite San Francisco suburb, she’s worried she’s not going to fit in. To her surprise, she’s immediately adopted by the most popular girls in school. At first glance, Marley, Arianna, and Mandy are perfect. But at a party under a full moon, Becca learns that they also have a big secret. Becca’s new friends are werewolves. Their prey? Slimy boys who take advantage of unsuspecting girls. Eager to be accepted, Becca allows her friends to turn her into a werewolf, and finally, for the first time in her life, she feels like she truly belongs. But then things get complicated. As their pack begins to buckle under the pressure, their moral high ground gets muddier and muddier—and Becca realizes that she might have feelings for one of her new best friends. Lisa Sterle’s stylish illustrations paired with Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s sharp writing make Squad a fierce, haunting, and fast-paced thriller that will resonate with fans of Riverdale, and with readers of This Savage Song, Lumberjanes, and Paper Girls.

Rise Of The Sea Witch by Stacey Rourke

Title Rise of the Sea Witch
Author Stacey Rourke
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-04-27
Category Princesses
Total Pages 216
ISBN 1545445435
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Details of the sea witch's banishment have been exaggerated. The body count that preempted it was not. Once an illustrious princess, her hands and tentacles were stained with the blood of thousands. No one could comprehend how the hooks of madness dragged her down from her life of privilege. Born Princess Vanessa of Atlantica, the ambitious young royal was one of two children born to the great King Poseidon. She and her brother, Triton, were groomed from birth to rule. Yet only one would ascend that coveted throne. While carefree Triton flits through his training with a cavalier demeanor and beguiling charm, Vanessa's hunger for her father's acceptance drives her to push herself to the limits of magic, and combat to become a leader worthy of her people. When war against the humans ravages their once regal kingdom, political sides are chosen. Factions from the seven seas challenge the existing leadership, pitting Vanessa against her brother in a vicious battle for the crown. Traitors are exposed, dark family secrets revealed, and a once strong sibling bond is strained to its breaking point. Only when the ink black waters from the ultimate betrayal rescind, will the truth be known of how the villainous sea witch rose with one name on her vengeful lips--Triton.

The Sea Witch by Katee Robert

Title The Sea Witch
Author Katee Robert
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-08-05
Category
Total Pages 286
ISBN 195132904X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Once upon a time, I met a man who stole my heart. In my desperation to reunite with him, I have nowhere to turn but the Sea Witch. Ursa is as beautiful as she is dangerous, and the one person my father warned me never to let close. But she's all crimson lips and pretty lies, and I'm convinced despite my fear.It's a simple enough plan, if not for the faint of heart. An auction to sell the one thing I possess of any value-myself. The money will free Alaric and then we can finally be together.Except nothing is simple at all.Ursa is playing at games I can only begin to comprehend. And Alaric? The man I thought I loved might be just as much a villain as the woman I can't help but be drawn to.When playing in the darkest depths of love and lust, it will be everything I can do not to drown.Content Warning: Emotional/financial parental abuse (father)

Plunder Profit And Paroles by George Sheppard

Title Plunder Profit and Paroles
Author George Sheppard
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date 1994-02-08
Category History
Total Pages 344
ISBN 9780773564428
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sheppard demonstrates that the colony was a fragmented and pluralistic community before the war and remained so after it. Upper Canadians were divided by racial, religious, linguistic, and class differences and the majority of settlers had no strong ties to either the United States or Britain, with most men avoiding military service during the war. Reviewing the claims submitted for damages attributed to the fighting, he argues that British forces as well as enemy troops were responsible for widespread destruction of private property and concludes that this explains why there was little increase in anti-American feeling after the war. Much of the wartime damage occurred in areas west of York (now Toronto). This was the cause of grievances harboured by settlers in the western part of Upper Canada against their eastern counterparts long after the war had ended. As well, some Upper Canadians profited from wartime activities while others suffered greatly. Only later, in the 1840s when these issues had faded from memory, did Canadians begin to create a favourable version of wartime events. Using garrison records, muster rolls, diaries, newspapers, and damage claims registered after the war, the author delves beyond the rhetoric of wartime loyalties and reveals how the legacy of war complicated colonial politics.