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Travels of possessed women on the brink of memory embodied faith nostalgia and fear in modern Japan by Mukund Subramanian, Stanford University. Dept. of Cultural and Social Anthropology

Travels of possessed women on the brink of memory embodied faith nostalgia and fear in modern Japan

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Authors : Mukund Subramanian, Stanford University. Dept. of Cultural and Social Anthropology

Published Date : 2002

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105026293022

Page : 594 Pages

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