✴ [BOOKS] ⚡ A History of Cannibalism: From Ancient Cultures to Survival Stories and Modern Psychopaths By Nathan Constantine ✾ – Iphoneleaks.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “A History of Cannibalism: From Ancient Cultures to Survival Stories and Modern Psychopaths

  1. says:

    Good Fucken God First of all, I can t even begin to unpack the cover image of this book Second, this man needs to learn how to write in active voice PLEASE His passivity throughout killed me He also has a repulsive sympathy for colonizers A lot of the different sections were word salad with zero substance saying everything without saying anything at all He begins the book by seeming unbiased and welcoming different ways and practices of life, then quickly throws that out the window He also has the audacity to say that cultural cannibalism doesn t exist any as if he knows every single culture on earth Dude, grow up I have only two positive notes he at least points out the age old history of European s hypocrisy with cannibalism with great detail, and provides a few useful references Other than that, I am not impressed Also, he said Texas Chainsaw Massacre isn t a great movie and didn t even include C.H.U.D in the cannibal horror movie list.


  2. says:

    A History of Cannibalism is a quick read and a good starting point for research or the casual reader interested in the subject as it relates the stories of many cannibal killers that are not as well known as others such as Jeffrey Dahmer or Ed Gein as well as stories in which people were forced into cannibalism, cultural cannibalism and ritual cannibalism If you re looking for in depth research, as I was, however, this is not the book for you A lot of space is taken up with full or half page photographs or enlarged sections of the texts repeated and placed randomly on the page with the main textual narrative wrapped around Which, in itself isn t necessarily a detriment, however, it does take away some of the books credibility as a reference book and makes it appear like a research book for a middle school library It s not a bad read, and my one star rating is due to a statement on the back cover than the actual text of the book, which, although because of the subject matter, I can not say was enjoyable, but it was definitely interesting and informative The statement in question reads, Exhaustively researched I find it difficult to acknowledge a book that has a bibliography of only 28 books and three articles as being exhaustively researched and was disturbed that the publishers make this claim Part of my feelings on this is due to my university training, where a mere research paper required at least five references on a single subject, and it certainly wasn t considered exhaustive A book of any sort that claims to be exhaustively researched most definitely requires than 31 articles of reference Especially when covering a time span encompassing ancient times to the modern era.


  3. says:

    dafuq did I just read , , Crime .


  4. says:

    Interesting for newbies and those who knows something Maybe not great if you ve already known these stories.


  5. says:

    I did not think to much of this book, while the author wrote well enough the narative flowed , the book was repetative The analysis was thin and unsupported The writer did not seem to put much effort in tracking down any satistics Even if you are interested in the subject for titilation, it is not very good The author uses a lot of broad strokes and is slim on details My overall impression is to forget it The only thing that stopped me from putting it down was it short length.


  6. says:

    3.5 starsThe book is informative but, the big bolded text is really distracting sometimes In additon, the part about modern day canibalism somehow is leaning towards the murders not the canibalism But, overall it s still an enjoying read.


  7. says:

    bon tour d horizon de ce qu est le cannibalisme et dans quelles circonstances il peut tre pratiqu parfois un peu trop sensationnaliste dans son style mais bon, a va avec le sujet.


  8. says:

    OK, it s a bit bizarre but worth it It s like a train wreck So horrible you can t look away.


  9. says:

    Interesting and disturbing all at the same time.


  10. says:

    Interesting book


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