By Jane Monnig Atkinson
Rituals are valued via scholars of tradition as lenses for bringing points of social lifestyles and which means into concentration. Jane Monnig Atkinson's conscientiously crafted examine bargains certain perception into the wealthy shamanic ritual culture of the Wana, an upland inhabitants of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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