Communication & Cultural Studies
British, American and Canadian Propaganda and Fiction, 1914-1933
The hitherto unknown story of the secret collaboration between the government and leading writers of the early 1900s -- including H.G. Wells, John Buchan and John Galsworthy -- to create a propaganda machine against the invading Huns.
In the rural areas of south-central Mexico, there are believed to be witches who transform themselves into animals in order to suck the blood from the necks of sleeping infants. This book analyzes beliefs held by the great majority of the population of rural Tlaxcala a generation ago and chronicles its drastic transformation since ...
This book selects dominant Christian symbols and places them against the archaic background from which they grew, drawing on myths and rituals of both ancient and contemporary cultures, thereby integrating the worlds of symbol and reality, sacred and secular, myth and history.
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