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Shamanism and the Eighteenth Century
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Gloria Flaherty
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Princeton University Press
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"So far as I know, there is no other account of eighteenth-century interest in shamanism that so carefully demonstrates changes in the evaluation of the practice, nor do I know any other that connects these changes with the then-occurring revaluation of the concept of original genius--as is here done with considerable plausibility. I read this book with great eagerness and interest."
-- Stuart Atkins, Professor Emeritus, U of California, Santa Barbara