Very Good- Trade Paperback. Very minor soil on the unworn, sound binding. Contents are almost like new.; 9" Tall, 196pp. The PAPER COVER is about the weight of posterboard. BIOGRAPHY. Ralph Linton was "one of the foremost leaders of modern anthropology...The description and evaluation of Ralph Linton's life and work is complemented by excerpts from books and also some briefer complete writings by Linton. The writings by Ralph Linton included in this volume are not easily available today, and they cover not only his poetry and a literary essay, but also important papers on ecology, personality and culture, and acculturation. They clarify and illustrate the assessment made by Dr. Wagley and Mrs. Linton, bringing both the personality and the ideas of this pioneer anthropologist into sharp focus. The work closes with a complete biblioigraphy of all that Linton wrote. " One b/w photo.
Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "An account of the personality of one of the foremost leaders of modern anthropology and an assessment of his contributions to that field and generally to social science." Biro'd price to front cover otherwise a clean solid copy.
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