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Don Richardson
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In many of the legends that the Sawi people tell to their children around the campfires, the heroes are men who formed friendships with the express purpose of later betraying the befriended on to be killed and eaten. p. 8

The key God gave us to the heart of the Sawi people was the principle of redemptive analogy—the application to local custom of spiritual truth. p. 10

Her older offspring, two-year-old Miri, was playing contentedly beside her on a woven mat. His only toy was a human skull who sad eyeholes gaped vacuously at the smoke-blackened ceiling as it rolled about. p. 18

Both the Kayagar to the east and the Asmat to the west were beginning to jabber excitedly about something or someone called a Tuan. p. 42

More "pigs" must be "fattened for slaughter" to avenge the death of Huyaham before the Tuans appeared, just in case it should...

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