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Anthropophagy in Post-Renaissance Europe: The Tradition of Medicinal Cannibalism, Karen Gordon-Grube, American Anthropologist, 1988, 90:405-9.

Consuming Grief: Compassionate Cannibalism in an Amazonian Society, Beth Conklin, University of Texas Press, 2001.

Dark Shamans: Kanaimà and the Poetics of Violent Death, Neil Whitehead, Duke University Press, 2002.

Evidence of Medicinal Cannibalism in Puritan New England: 'Mummy' and Related Remedies in Edward Taylor's 'Dispensatory,' Karen Gordon-Grube, " Early American Literature 28(3):195, 1993.

The Man-Eating Myth: Anthropology and Anthropophagy, William Arens, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1979.

Once Were Cannibals, [archeology of cannibalism], Tim White, Scientific American, Aug., 2001, pp. 58-65.

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