Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti

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Thames and Hudson, 1953 - Folklore - 350 pages
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Review: Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti

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This is definitely more of an academically written book so it's pretty dry. There's lots of good information but also a little dated. Things in Haiti have changed dramatically since this was written, especially due to the earthquake. Read full review

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More than sixty years after its initial publication, Deren's study of Haitian Voudoun remains a justifiable classic of ethnographic methodology. With unwavering respect for the reality of the religion ... 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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