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Online Sources: Margaret Mead
Book Sources: Margaret Mead
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Letters of Note Volume 2 by
Call Number: PN6131 .L4832 2016
"From the editor of the New York Times bestseller Letters of Note comes this companion volume of more than 125 letters, a collection of correspondence that spans centuries and place, written by the famous, the not-so-famous, and the downright infamous. Entries are accompanied by a transcript of the letter, a short contextual introduction, and an illustration--in most cases, a facsimile of the letter itself."
To Cherish the Life of the World by
Call Number: GN21.M36 M4 2006
"With a foreword by her daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson, a renowned author and anthropologist in her own right, this volume of letters from Mead to those who shared her life and work offers new insight into a rich and deeply complex mind."--Jacket.
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