|<-- See earlier|
||'Man and superman'
||'Language and chivalry'
||'The legitimacy of Solomon: some structural aspects of Old Testament history'
||'Liberty, equality and fraternity'
||'The organisation of graduate teaching and research in social anthropology in Great Britain'
||'Sermons by a man on a ladder'
||Replies to Dr I. C. Jarvie re article 'On the "Founding Fathers"'
||'The face disguised'
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The Papers of Edmund Ronald Leach
|Extent and Medium
||1 item in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
The file comprises a copy typescript review of 'The relevance of models for social anthropology' ed. by Michael Banton, published in 'Man' (N. S.) vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 404-405, with unpublished copy typescript reviews of Michael Banton (gen. ed.) 'Political systems and the distribution of power', 'Anthropological approaches to the study of religion', 'The social anthropology of complex societies' and 'An introduction to social anthropology' by Lucy Mair.
Bibliography number 1966/11.
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