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Women of the Forest
Women of the Forest
Author: Yolanda Murphy
In the decades since it was first published, this study of Brazil's Mundurucu´ Indians has been widely read and has become regarded as a classic. Now, for the second edition, the authors have written a new chapter that describes their fieldwork during the year they spent living among the Mundurucu´. details an acute and intriguing bat...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780231060899
ISBN-10: 0231060890
Publication Date: 4/15/1985
Pages: 260
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Publisher: Columbia University Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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While living amoung the Mundurucu, an Indian tribe of Amazon observes an acute and facinating battle of the sexes. The women live apart form the men. great anthropological study.


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