Getting to Know Waiwai: An Amazonian Ethnography
Psychology Press, 1995 - 253 páginas
Living with the Wayapi, and their charismatic leader Waiwai, is a serious adventure. It is demanding, and can turn dangerous in a moment. The environment is a difficult one, but beautiful and baffling in its richness. And the job of learning about the people is like a journey without end.
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