Vol I 1916-20 as Want to Read . You have given me such a lot of happiness.
Vol I 1916-20 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. We were like two people swept together out of a shipwreck, weren’t we . "There were many times with you when I felt completely happy and wanted nothing more. Perhaps that is why life is so real to me because I have these feelings at the moment. How I wish I could give you such a momen. hat is the use of only tasting happiness in retrospect ?"
Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-1942 - Correspondence, Masson, Elsie, d. 1935 - Correspondence, Anthropologists .
Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-1942 - Correspondence, Masson, Elsie, d. 1935 - Correspondence, Anthropologists - Correspondence. London ; New York : Routledge. Masson, Elsie, d. 1935; Wayne, Helena, 1925-.
These two volumes of letters between my parents, the anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski, nicknamed Bronio, pronounced 'Bronnyo', and his wife Elsie Masson, begin at the time of their first meeting in Australia in 1916 and continue until a few weeks before her early death in 1935. The couple were often separated during those nineteen years and thus one can follow their early acquaintance and falling in love, and much of the period of sixteen years from their marriage in 1919 to her death, through the correspondence.
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Volume 2 presents the letters written between 1920 and 1935
Volume 2 presents the letters written between 1920 and 1935. Bronislaw Malinowski is known internationally as one of the founders of social anthropology, as the creator of modern fieldwork, as a great writer and an inspiring teacher. This book reveals for the first time his marriage and domestic life, and clarifies his relationships with colleagues, with his students and with a wide spectrum of friends.
Chicago Distribution Center. Current Anthropology. Volume 37, Number 5 De. 1996. Herbert S. Lewis, "The Malinowskis' Letters," Current Anthropology 37, no. 5 (De. 1996): 882-884. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Is It Good to Cooperate?: Testing the Theory of ion in 60 Societies.
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Author: Helena Wayne
Category: Bio and Memoris
Subcategory: Professionals & Academics
Publisher: Routledge (March 16, 1995)
Pages: 216 pages
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