New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1962. First American Edition. Hardcover. G+ (DJ has average edge wear and small tear at base of front cover; dj also has foxing on its interior; book is crisp and clean; former owner name and date on first page.). Black cloth boards with rust cloth spine, black title block on spine; black & illus. dust jacket, 600 pp., BW illus. The author "brings everything she knows in archeology and anthropology to bear on Greek religion. She solves key problems in the Greek experience with clues from Australian aborigines, African voodoo, American Indian rituals, summer festival in rural Europe. Since she wrote, it has been quite impossible to discuss Greek religion except in terms of the way she saw it, the problems she posed and the solutions she offered. Positions and theories that she had to fight for in bitter uphill battles are now taken for granted." (dj). (Inventory #: 155939)
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