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The rites of passage. Translated by Monika B. Vizedom and Gabrielle L. Caffee. Introduction by Solon T. Kimball
Bib ID 798130
Format BookBook
Author
Gennep, Arnold van, 1873-1957
 
Uniform Title Rites de passage. English
Description London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1960 
xxvi, 198 p. 
Summary

Brief notes on; wife lending to stranger (Central Australia); revenge parties; reincarnation beliefs (Arunta); initiation; magician.

Subjects Rites and ceremonies.  |  Arrernte / Aranda people (C8) (NT SG53-02)  |  Religion - After death beliefs.  |  Reproduction.  |  Health - Treatments - Traditional - Clever people.  |  Ceremonies - Initiation.  |  Feuds and warfare - Avenging.  |  South Central Northern Territory (NT)

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