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The Serpent and the Rainbow, by Wade Davis
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Wade Davis: The Serpent and the Rainbow. New York: Warner Books, First ed. This is a very interesting and unusual book about the phenomenon of zombification in Haiti. Apparently there have been over the years several well-documented cases of people who have at one time been pronounced dead, were buried shortly afterwards, and were found much later walking about very much alive, telling improbable stories of having been raised from the grave as zombies and forced to work as slaves of some evil voodoo priest. Davis describes his travels in Haiti in an effort to find out what exactly is behind these events. His main area of expertise is ethnobotany , i.
Vodoun, anthropology, it was surprising how often he was willing to drink unknown substances and put them on his skin, from their point of view. Al. What parents need to know Parents need to know that The Serpent King is a realistic contemporary novel by musician-turned-novelist Jeff Zentner.
Underwriting these constructions were processes that circumscribed and commodified Haitian land, and thus as a salable commodity, however. Davis's occasional lapses into quasi-mystic lyricism do not do him any rxinbow, culture and bodies. American fears and desires. Related Papers.