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Wives and wanderers in a New Guinea highlands society : women's lives in the Wahgi Valley / Marie Olive Reay ; editor, Francesca Merlan ; contributor, Marilyn Strathern
Bib ID 6614264
Format BookBook [text, online resource]
Author
Reay, Marie, 1922-2004, author
 
Description ANU, Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2014 
ISBN 9781925022162 (ebook)
Subjects Women -- Papua New Guinea -- Social conditions.  |  Women -- Papua New Guinea -- Social life and customs.  |  Wahgi (Papua New Guinean people) -- Social life and customs.
Other authors/contributors Merlan, Francesca, editor  |  Strathern, Marilyn

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