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P.R. SullivanA marvelously sensitive, stimulating, witty, yet forboding portrait of life on the tropical forest frontier between Central and South America. . . . a model ethnography for a discipline striving to find new means of expression, and her treatment of international politics and indigenous shamanism, women’s domestic roles and changing ecology, canoe construction and cash economies, murder and mythology, makes for a rich, sophisticated story that readers at all levels may find engrossing.