London, United Kingdom, BBC Books: 1997
Seller ID: 002016
Condition: New in Near Fine dust jacket
Human sexuality has always been a fascinating and controversial subject. This book looks at the difference between men and women and investigates how their roles have changed since primitive times. Morris' research indicates that, contrary to popular belief, our ancient ancestors practised a form of sexual equality and that it was only with the rise of ubanization that the delicate balance of the sexes was disturbed. Provocative and challenging, The Human Sexes is the story of man's struggle to find a new kind of equality between the sexes. 254 pages including a bibliography and index. 4to - o... View More...
This is an interesting book on anthropology which covers 17 tribes. The author was a Professor of Anthropology at Yale University. It is well-illustrated, including photographs and drawings. Most are black & white, but there are some color plates. 614 pages with a bibliography and an extensive index. The red cover has gold lettering against black. The binding is loose at the top but tight at the bottom. The inside covers show where the tribes discussed are located on maps. There is a mark on the front, presumably from a price sticker. 8vo - over 7Â¾" - 9Â¾" tall. View More...