Cannibalism

Author: Bill Schutt
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In Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History,zoologist Bill Schutt sets the record straight, debunking common myths and investigating our new understanding of cannibalism’s role in biology, anthropology, and history in the most fascinating ...

Author: Thomas Harris
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ปี 1945 จุดสิ้นสุดแห่งสงครามโลกครั้งที่ 2 แต่เป็นจุดเริ่มความสูญสลายของครอบครัวเล็คเตอ ...

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The Natural History Of Man

Author: John George Wood
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A New Zealander would not dream of eating the body of a man who had died a
natural death, and nothing could be further from his thoughts than the deliberate
and systematic cannibalism which disgraces several of the African tribes. How
completely ... The missionary, finding that all the stones and rocks were perfectly
clean, and betrayed no traces of the bloody struggle which had taken place only
a few hours previously, asked to be shown the marks of the blood. His guide at
once ...

Essays On Natural History

Author: Charles Waterton
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St Francis Xavier, notwithstanding the dismal forebodings of his warmest friends,
went boldly to the island of cannibals. The inhabitants, in ... During the three
months that he tarried with these barbarians, no mention is made, no hint is
thrown out, no solitary instance is adduced, of these people being prone to
cannibalism. Had his ... A person, perfectly ignorant of the real nature of the
dishes placed before him, would undoubtedly approve of them, and find them
very good and nutritive.

The Natural History Of Selborne With Extensive Additions By Captain Thomas Brown Illustrated With Engravings Tenth Edition

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This is hardly a correct opinion, as in the Friendly Islands and others, where
cannibalism is most prevalent, the vegetation is particularly luxuriant, and
appears perfectly capable of supporting the inhabitants without their having
recourse to animal food at all. Cannibalism, indeed, is on many occasions either
a religious, a warlike, or a penal custom. In the first case, human sacrifices are
offered to the deities and then eaten; in the second case, the bodies of
slaughtered enemies are ...

The Uncivilized Races Or Natural History Of Man

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A New Zealander would not dream of eating the body of a man who had died a
natural death, and nothing could be further from his thoughts than the deliberate
and systematic cannibalism which disgraces several of the African tribes. How
completely ... The missionary, finding that all the stones and rocks were perfectly
clean, and betrayed no traces of the bloody struggle which had taken place only
a few hours previously, asked to be shown the marks of the blood. His guide at
once ...

The Natural History Of Man Australia New Zealand Polynesia America Asia And Ancient Europe

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A New Zealander would not dream of eating the body of a man who had died a
natural death, and nothing could be further from his thoughts than the deliberate
and systematic cannibalism which disgraces several of the African tribes. How
completely ... The missionary, finding that all the stones and rocks were perfectly
clean, and betrayed no traces of the bloody struggle which had taken place only
a few hours previously, asked to be shown the marks of the blood. His guide at
once ...

The Natural History Of Man Being An Account Of The Manners And Customs Of The Uncivilized Races Of Men By The Rev J G Wood

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A New Zealander would not dream of eating the body of a man who had died a
natural death, and nothing could be further from his thoughts than the deliberate
and systematic cannibalism which disgraces several of the African tribes. How
completely ... The missionary, finding that all the stones and rocks were perfectly
clean, and betrayed no traces of the bloody struggle which had taken place only
a few hours previously, asked to be shown the marks of the blood. His guide at
once ...