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by Charles Bergman
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This upsets the dynamics of control, and Bergman looks at groupings of men as hunters as potential bondings of men to form protective strategies against women. Interesting stuff indeed.
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Through mythology, anthropology, literature, and art, author Charles Bergman offers an original and compelling interpretation of Western masculinity.
A Cultural History of Man as Hunter. Published July 1, 1997 by Plume There's no description for this book yet. Published July 1, 1997 by Plume. Human beings, Psychology, Hunting, Hunting and gathering societies, History, Animal nature, Masculinity, Protected DAISY, In library.
Charles Bergman is a professor of English at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma and a dedicated .
Charles Bergman is a professor of English at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma and a dedicated environmentalist whose writings-and photographs-have appeared in a number of periodicals, including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History, Audubon, and National Wildlife. He is the author of Orion's Legacy: A Cultural History of Man as Hunter and Red Delta: Fighting for Life at the End of the Colorado River.
Orion's Legacy: A Cultural History of Man as Hunter. Reprint ed. New York: Dutton, 1997. 365 p. (0452275598). A fascinating sociology study of hunters and hunting, and a " good read. A View to a Death in the Morning: Hunting and Na-ture Throughout History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993. 331 p. (067493735X). The author questions the old wisdom that man has been drawn to hunting instinctively throughout human history. Hunting and Fishing for Sport: Commerce, Con-troversy and Popular Culture.
Using the mixed mythic message of Orion as a central metaphor, author Charles Bergman brilliantly examines the role of the hunter and the hunt in defining masculinity and male identity in our culture's history and, ultimately, in our times
Using the mixed mythic message of Orion as a central metaphor, author Charles Bergman brilliantly examines the role of the hunter and the hunt in defining masculinity and male identity in our culture's history and, ultimately, in our times.
Some bloodless writing hinders Bergman's otherwise intriguing examination of hunting as the most powerful metaphor we have for defining what it means to be male. Bergman (English/Pacific Lutheran Univ. can be quite engaging when he describes hunting whales with the Inuit off Baffin Island in the Arctic or when he looks at the careers and writings of 19th-century big game hunters Roualeyn Gordon Cummings and Frederick Courtenay Selous.
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