12 edition of Karavar: masks and power in a Melanesian ritual. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 255-256.
|Series||Symbol, myth, and ritual series|
|LC Classifications||GN671.D8 E77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||74003997|
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THE PARANOID ETHOS IN MELANESIA. more than twenty years was alleged to have connected these events to a revival of the iniet 3. All of these stories about cult activity have to be seen in the context of the somewhat nightmarish atmosphere prevailing at that time on the Gazelle Peninsula, reflected in the reports in the local press about undercover agents "disturbing natives", even of a local Cited by: 2. The language may be foreign, as in Karavar ritual songs (Errington ). In some cases, ritual actions and materials suggest verbal meanings; in others, participants may interpret the meanings of strange sounds on the basis of subtle connotations with real or .
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