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Voodoo – Eros by Felix Bryk


This book covers African aboriginal culture, manly the Nandi tribe, from the perspective of a German who is clearly a product of the times in terms of stereotypes. The book touches on clothing, ornament, hair-dress, skin decoration, hygiene, social differentiation of the sexes, relation of the sexes to each other, circumcision, courtship, deflowering and coitus, menstruation, pregnancy, care of children, widowhood and prostitution, married life, infidelity of the husband and jealousy, feminine love, masculine potency, onanism, and pederasty, sodomy, venereal disease and white-black relations. While no doubt shocking in 1933, today the book is of interest mainly because of the insights it gives into the colonial mentality.

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A hardcover edition with black boards, cream cloth spine and white lettering. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text and photographs are clear and legible. There is some slight discolouration to the spine.

WARNING contains explicit images and text.

Publisher: United Book Guild, New York.

Publication Date: 1964.

This revised edition of Voodoo-Eros, a translation of Negro-Eros von Felix Bryk, is limited to 500 copies sold only by subscription to physicians and adult students of sexology and anthropology.

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We have a slightly damaged edition which is available for $35.00 (that is not in as good condition as E000050). If you email us below we can send you an invoice for this copy. 

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