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women of Turkey and their folk-lore.

by Garnett, Lucy Mary Jane

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Published by D. Nutt in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turkey -- Social life and customs.

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    LC ClassificationsDR432 G37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23361121M

    Women of Turkey are facts of Folk-lore, an Introductory Chapter dealing with the characteristics and relations of Folk-conceptions of Nature may possibly be of interest to the scientific reader. For to charfacts collected in these. The book is suitable for a variety of audiences interested in human rights, gender, and the relationship between democracy and Islam."--BOOK JACKET. Full contents: 1. The emergence of a global women's human rights regime and Turkey's involvement The women of Turkey and their folk-lore [microform] / By Lucy M.J. Garnett. With an.

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Procreation was confined. In their stories Euro-American colonists invented and broadcast a vision of wolves as threats to human safety. They then modeled their behavior on the ferocity they perceived in wolves. Thus folklore explains not only why humans destroyed wolves but why they did so with such cruel enthusiasm.”.

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