The book itself was a bit "heavy " to read, but it is a classic after all...
Overall, a very interesting book that I would recommend to anybody who is interested in anthropology in general or religious beliefs of other cultures in particular.
Despite what might be seen as an occasional and mild sense of cultural superiority over the Azande on part of Evans-Pritchard, the book is well worth the read.
anthropology classics! a must if you want to understand what was functionalism once as a theory ) one of the most influential books in our fieldPublished 9 months ago by julia
The service was quick, the book was in great condition like new. enough info when purchasing, and accurate. Read morePublished on December 19, 2011 by orrangie
Between the condition of the book and the topic it's on, it's one of the most interesting non-fiction pieces I've read.Published on September 4, 2011 by Yournaber
I like this book. Other people say what they say. I like reviews that mention similar books, at least books on the same path, so I do that. Books like this are a good start. Read morePublished on November 10, 2010 by David