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Feb 20, 1964
| ISBN 9780385053129
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Feb 20, 1964 | ISBN 9780385053129
A vivid and dramatic account of the experiences of an American anthropologist who lived with a primitive bush tribe in Africa.
Elenore Smith Bowen was popular for her anthropological novel Return to Laughter. She was concerned with exposing the ethnographic interest and experience of anthropologists involved in unfamiliar cultures.
"The first introspective account ever published of what it’s like to be a field worker among a primitive people." — Margaret Mead
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