Cannibalism and the Colonial World

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Cambridge University Press, 1998 M08 6 - 309 páginas
In Cannibalism and the Colonial World, an international team of specialists from a variety of disciplines discusses the historical and cultural significance of Western fascination with the topic of cannibalism. Addressing the image as it appears in a series of texts--popular culture, film, literature, travel writing and anthropology--the essays range from classical times to contemporary critical discourse. This group of literary and anthropological scholars places the discussion of cannibalism in the context of postcolonial and cultural studies.
 

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Rethinking anthropophagy
39
Brazilian anthropophagy revisited
87
cannibaltropicalist cinema
110
Ghost stories bone flutes cannibal
126
the child in the jaws of the story
173
Consumerism or the cultural logic of late
204
The function of cannibalism at the present time
238
Notes
265
References
284
Index
304
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