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A classic in the Anthropology of Food, this book exposes the links between Europe's desire for sugar and slavery in the tropics.Published 26 days ago by Joan Gross
how did this ever get published? build a couple hundred pages around thin air. Hugely boring and the teacher who assigned this smokes too much weed.Published 2 months ago by student again
This anthropology of sugar shows how the cultivation of this crop and the use of the end product affected people in two parts of the world: the Caribbean islands and the British... Read morePublished 8 months ago by William Hull
DO NOT try to read this book! It's an anthropological treatise and a terrible bore. As to the seller, everything was as it should be. It's the book itself that is the problem.Published 13 months ago by Grandma N
Used. And you can tell, but not in a necessarily bad way.Published 14 months ago by Ifetayo Olutosin
The Scholarly tone in the introduction gave me hope that here was a different kind of anthropologist, but early into the book, the author began repeating himself so often as to... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Eve B.
Great read. I was never into social science or anthropology, but had to take a class that required this book. I couldn't put it down! Read morePublished 19 months ago by playing with death