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  1. Not for the casual reader, both because of the size [2 volumes of 600-odd pages each] and the writing style [it's an ethnography written in 1926], if you can get past those things and have an interest in mythology, ritual, and customs from the Mid-East [Morocco in this case], it is an absolute gold mine of the customs, rituals, and beliefs practiced in the era [or at least what the interviewed told the ethnographer were practiced]. If you're looking for ideas to build stories around, or have an [...]

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