Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti

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Thames and Hudson, 1953 - Folklore - 350 pages
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User Review  - jacklund - LibraryThing

Maya Deren was a avant-garde filmmaker from the 40s and 50s. She decided to go to Haiti to investigate the practice of Voodoo, and spent a lot of time with various groups there, being given access to ... Read full review

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An entryway for those coming from Western belief structures to understand Haitian Voudoun. Full of drawings, pictures and charts that were helpful for me to gain access to Deren's philosophy-heavy writing. Read full review

Contents

authors preface
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introductory note
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THE CARDINAL POINTS AND POINTS BETWEEN fage
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