Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti
This is the classic, intimate study, movingly written with the special insight of direct encounter, which was first published in 1953 by the fledgling Thames & Hudson firm in a series edited by Joseph Campbell. Maya Deren's Divine Horsemen is recognized throughout the world as a primary source book on the culture and spirituality of Haitian Voudoun. The work includes all the original photographs and illustrations, glossary, appendices and index. It includes the original Campbell foreword along with the foreword Campbell added to a later edition.
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Maya Deren rocked up in Haiti in 1947 with eighteen crates of video equipment and a plan to film some local dances. At the age of 30, she had already won the Grand Prix Internationale at Cannes, and ... Read full review
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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