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by Loomis Havemeyer

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ISBN:
111735086X
Author:
Loomis Havemeyer
Category:
Anthropology
Language:
English
Publisher:
BiblioLife (November 19, 2009)
Pages:
288 pages
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Excerpt from book: CHAPTER VI DRAMAT. IC WAR CEREMONIES IN the preceding chapters we have discussed at length the ways and means that savage man has adopted for dealing with the spirit world. Through the plant and the animal ceremonies he hopes to keep up the supply of the important elements of his daily sustenance

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Drama of Savage Peoples. The following work is an attempt to go back of the Greek drama, which has currently been conceived of as the source of the dramatic art, and to develop the more primitive phases of this institution.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Drama of Savage Peoples. Read FREE! The Drama of Savage Peoples. Such a study leads one among savage peoples the world over, with the result of revealing, in their various rites, ceremonies, dances, and pleasures, the germ of the drama.

The Drama of Savage Peoplesby Loomis Havemeyer. Among social institutions must be included also the drama. What can we find out about the nature of the drama by studying its earlier stages The following work is an attempt to go back of the Greek drama, which has currently been con ceived of as the source of the dramatic art, and to develop the more primitive phases of this institution. Such a study leads one among savage peoples the world over, with the result of reveal ing, in their various rites, ceremonies, dances, and pleasures, the germ of the drama.

Loomis Havemeyer (June 7, 1886 - August 14, 1971) was a professor and administrator at Yale University who published books on anthropology . Havemeyer, Loomis 1886-1971 at WorldCat.

Loomis Havemeyer (June 7, 1886 - August 14, 1971) was a professor and administrator at Yale University who published books on anthropology and Yale. Havemeyer was born in Rye, New York but spent most of his childhood in Hartford, Connecticut after his parents divorced. Category:The Hill School alumni Category:Yale University alumni Category:1886 births Category:1971 deaths. His grandfather William Frederick Havemeyer was three time Mayor of New York City, and his maternal grandfather Francis Loomis was lieutenant governor of Connecticut from 1887 to 1889.

Description: Seeks to reveal the germ of the drama in the various rites, ceremonies, dances, & pleasure-play among primitive peoples the world over.

The Drama of Savage Peoples. Description: Seeks to reveal the germ of the drama in the various rites, ceremonies, dances, & pleasure-play among primitive peoples the world over.

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