This cultural anthropological book focuses on the tribespeople of Papua New Guinea- offering a great range of information, including cultural studies from the times, as well as rich comparison for those anthropologists of now (whether curious about Papua New Guinea, or the sensitivities and sensibilities of studious circles of the 1930s).
LENGTH: 9 inches
WIDTH: 6.5 inches
PAGE COUNT: 184
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