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History of Cannibalism

From Ancient Cultures to Survival Stories and Modern Psychopaths



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A History of Cannibalism: From Ancient Cultures to Survival Stories and Modern Psychopaths by Nathan Constantine
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This work is presented in a blisteringly honest, nothing-barred style of narrative. It tackles one of society's last remaining taboo subjects unflinchingly. "Silence of the Lambs", "Deliverance", "Dawn of the Dead" confirm this subject's cult status. There's a captive crimes audience already out there and Cannibalism goes one step further than crime. It is fully illustrated! What more could they want? This title has great cross-over appeal with a multi-faceted approach that uses material from complementary areas like psychology, sociology, criminology, history and anthropology. From mythological depictions of Cronos to Papua New Guinean tribes eating their kinsmen and modern-day Hannibal Lecters, this title takes you on a sustained journey through the dark recesses of the human mind and explores a sadistic part that exists in us all.

Author Biography

Nathan Constantine has been writing on political, military and cultural subjects for thirty years.
Release date NZ
June 26th, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Arcturus Publishing
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