An anthropology of everyday life: an autobiography

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Doubleday, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 269 pages
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The extraordinary life of the internationally renowned anthropologist whose groundbreaking studies have enabled hundreds of thousands of people around the world to better understand cultural differences and achieve greater harmony.

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In this autobiography of one of the most influential anthropologists of the last 30 years, Hall writes with the clarity and easygoing grace that have made his books popular with readers who eschew the ... Read full review


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Edward T. Hall is the author of The Silent Language and several other books in the field of cultural communication.