The proper breadth of interest : Norman B. Tindale: the development of a fieldworker in Aboriginal Australia 1900-1936
The tool which sculpts any life into its distinctive form is choice. To understand the whole, or even a fraction of the existence of one man, it is essential to trace the choices which gave that life its unique contour. For an historian or an interpreter of life the same forces operate. The interpreter will choose to spotlight events in his subjects life that help to elicit a particular picture of his development. So it is possible to take two dates - 8 February 1987 and 17 December 1911 -...[Show more]
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