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Twins in African and Diaspora Cultures: Double Trouble, Twice Blessed Paperback – July 18, 2011


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"Well-researched, well-presented, and theoretically informed. This volume displays a good range of themes as well as extensive geographical coverage." —Ferdinand de Jong, University of East Anglia



"[T]his book will prove useful to general readers and academics alike, especially those who are interested in religion, cosmology, cultural transfers, sociology, history, and anthropology." —African Studies Quarterly

About the Author

Philip M. Peek is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at Drew University. He is editor of African Divination Systems (IUP, 1991).

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