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PART IICLOTHES AND
PART IIICLOTHES AND CIVILIZATION
PART IVCLOTHES AND SOCIAL CONDUCT
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actors American ancient ancient Greece animal world apparel appear artists attire ballet beauty behavior believed body brassiere breasts British Travel Association civilization classes coat color corset costumes countries covered creatures dance dancers decollete decoration desire drab dress Duk-Duk exist fashion feeling of superiority female feminine garment girls gods Greek hair hide hobbling human impersonation important Improving on nature indicate inferiority invention of clothing Katharine Hepburn lady LAWRENCE LANGNER Left legs male man's masks men's modern modesty naked nakedness Neanderthal nude nudist nudity ornaments paintings parade period Photo play prehistoric primitive protect pubic hair Puritan religion result Right robes sexual sexual selection shirts shoes skin skirts social society special clothes suit symbol theatre tion trousers U.S. Army underwear uniform usually Venus of Brassempouy wear clothes wearer Western Western world wigs woman women women's clothes wore worn York York City Ballet