Title, Bwiti: an ethnography of the religious imagination in Africa / James W. Fernandez ; drawings by Renate Lellep Fernandez. Author, Fernandez, James W . James W. Fernandez, Bwiti: an ethnography of the religious imagination in Africa. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, , FERNANDEZ, James W., Bwiti – An Ethnography of the Religious Imagination in Africa – Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press.
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