An Eliadean Interpretation of Frank G. Speck's Account of the Cherokee Booger Dance (Native American Studies No.14)
By: William Douglas Powers (author)Hardback
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This study considers the Cherokee Booger Dance as a purely religious phenomenon by reinterpreting anthropologist Frank G. Speck's observations of a performance held by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians through the lens of Mircea Eliade's theory of religion.
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