Literature and Anthropology
Philip Adams Dennis, Wendell M. Aycock
Texas Tech University Press, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 227 pages
Literature and Anthropology consists of a collection of papers written by anthropologists, writers, and literary scholars in reference to a multitude of topics such as ethnographic mystery novels, Caribbean literature, anthropological poetry and shamanism. These papers were selected by an interdisciplinary committee at Texas Tech on the basis of their individual merits.
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