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by Wyn Sargent

eBook People of the Valley: Life with a Cannibal Tribe in New Guinea download ISBN: 0394493869
Author: Wyn Sargent
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (1974)
Language: English
Pages: 302
ePub: 1984 kb
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Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment . Very well written and interesting

Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment by the Indonesian government. Very well written and interesting. Ms. Sargent is a veru interesting person on her own. I first read the book when It originally came out and I was a young 20 y/o. It sparked my interest and through it I found my calling to return to school and receive degrees in Anthropology specializing in that fastening area of the world. Thank you Ms. Sargent for helping me find my true calling in life.

People of the Valley book. Wyn Sargent is the intrepid American photo-journalist who previously ventured into the jungle of Borneo to record the lives of the Dyak (My Life With the Headhunters, 1974). A couple of years later, in response to a personal invitation issued by Sukarno before his ouster as president of Indonesia, she went on a similar safari to the Baliem Valley of West Irian to live with the Dani, who like the Dyak, are one of the most primitive tribes in the world. Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment by the Indonesian government.

New York: Pocket Books, 1960. Sargent, Wyn. People of the Valley: Life with a Cannibal Tribe in New Guinea. New York: Random House, 1974. Hitt, Russell T. Cannibal Valley: The Heroic Struggle for Christ in Savage New Guinea-The Most Perilous Mission Frontier in the World. New York: Harper & Row, 1962. Imparato, Edward T. Rescue from Shangri-La. Schieffelin, Edward . and Robert Crittenden. Like People You See in a Dream: First Contact in Six Papuan Societies. Stanford University Press, 1991. Where the Spirits Dwell: Odyssey in the Jungle of New Guinea. New York: Grove Press, 1988.

Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment . Headlines in newspapers around the world told the story of Wyn Sargent's banishment from New Guinea. Scandalous lies were printed

Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment by the Indonesian government. Scandalous lies were printed. She was accused of marrying a cannibal chief for the purpose of studying primitive sexual practices. of their brutality toward the Dani tribesmen.

Посвящается Джерри К ЧИТАТЕЛЮВ САМОМ КОНЦЕ Второй мировой войны американский военный самолет, пролетавший над островом Новая Гвинея, потерпел крушение в малоизученном районе, заселенном первобытными племенами

Посвящается Джерри К ЧИТАТЕЛЮВ САМОМ КОНЦЕ Второй мировой войны американский военный самолет, пролетавший над островом Новая Гвинея, потерпел крушение в малоизученном районе, заселенном первобытными племенами.

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Hardcover book with dust jacket by Wyn Sargent describes her study of the Dani tribe in new Guinea and banishment by the Indonesian government. 302 pages. Illustrated.
Comments: (2)
Helo
Headlines in newspapers around the world told the story of Wyn Sargent's banishment from New Guinea. Scandalous lies were printed. She was accused of marrying a cannibal chief for the purpose of studying primitive sexual practices.
In truth, the American photo-journalist had incensed Indonesian officials by her outspoken views and by gathering evidence...including photographs...of their brutality toward the Dani tribesmen.
The true story of Sargent's sojourn in the Baliem Valley...how she set off with her Indonesian interpreter companion Sjam to photograph, study and write about the culture and character of the Dani.
Illustrated
MeGa_NunC
Fantastic Book ! Wyn Sargent, woman explorer/anthropologist with compassion for the people she studied. Very well written and interesting. Ms. Sargent is a veru interesting person on her own. I first read the book when It originally came out and I was a young 20 y/o. It sparked my interest and through it I found my calling to return to school and receive degrees in Anthropology specializing in that fastening area of the world. I am currently working on my PhD, and have traveled extensively thoughout the area doing research. Thank you Ms. Sargent for helping me find my true calling in life.