|Location:||New Guinea; Britain; Botswana; India; Hong Kong|
|Subject:||Comparative cultures; death|
|Description:||Informative cross-cultural study, contrasting customs and attitudes toward death in northern India, Britain, Botswana, New Guinea, and Hong Kong. Examines ceremonies designed to appease the spirits of the dead in several cultures, and shows in detail the different rituals connected with death.|
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