The Vailala Madness" and Other Essays
by Williams, Francis Edgar
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- E. Manning Books (US)
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- The Vailala Madness" and Other Essays
- Williams, Francis Edgar
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Place of Publication
- St. Lucia
- Date published
- Anthropology, Culture, Mythology, Myths, New Guinea
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