Shamanism: The Spirit World of Korea
Richard W. I. Guisso, R. W. L. Guisso, Chai-Shin Yu
Jain Publishing Company, 1988 - Religion - 190 pages
A series of psychological and anthropological studies about the oldest and the most fascinating religious tradition of Korea.
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