An Anthropologist at Work: Writings of Ruth Benedict
The product of a long collaboration between two distinguished anthropologists, Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead, who was Benedict's pupil, colleague, and finally, literary executor and biographer.
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19201930 by Margaret Mead
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