11/03/2012

The Hill of Flutes - Life, Love and Poetry in Tribal India Archer George Allen & Unwin Ltd London 1974

 

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The Hill of Flutes - Life, Love and Poetry in Tribal India.

 

Archer, W.G.

 

George Allen & Unwin Ltd

 

London

 

1974

 

This Book Gives A Full Descriptive Account Of The Santals And Their Poetry, Explains Their World Views, The Tribal Code 

Of Conduct, The Education Of Their Youth Through Riddles, Proverbs And Games, The Rules Which Govern Pre-Martial Romance 

With A Detailed Analysis Of Their Attitude To Love And Sex.

 

 

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