Public displays of power not only carry the fame of the hosts but also ignite the
possibility of resentment and envy . There is a Trobriand saying : “ When you give
too much , people worry . ” Although the lavish displays of yams “ make people ...
Author: Annette B. Weiner
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Book about the social life and customs of the Trobriand Islanders of Papua New Guinea
She watches as if smitten , but soon an unbidden jealousy sneaks up on her ,
spoiling her pleasure . She finds herself feeling cut off from all that is best in life –
love , companionship , joy , physical beauty . If those Canadians would even so ...
Author: Sheila Roberts
Against the advice of friends, art historian Rowena Daneel accepts a year's contract to teach in Japan. Lacking cultural insight and fluency in Japanese, Rowena is overwhelmed by her situation.
... them alone work like rework onyuke anyía a kelá wé hiite bosóókó bé ne búlu
o yams because 3s make 3s take others ... jealousy 3p PR start INF hulu fúnúne
around pull ^ out Or even others are jealous , they begin to pull out ( the yams ) .
Author: Stephen H. Levinsohn
Publisher: Publications in Linguistics (S
Presents 12 papers on coherence, participant reference, and Relevance Theory in Niger-Congo and Chadic languages of Cameroon. The papers are organized into three sections to explain the linguistic features of Niger-Congo and Chadic languages of Cameroon whose meaning can only be explained by taking into account domains larger than the sentence. Folk tales and other narratives are used to illustrate discourse features of 10 languages from Cameroon, Chad, Nigeria, and Zaïre. The first section concentrates on how coherence is maintained in a text when the author introduces a local discontinuity. The second section identifies factors which affect the amount of encoding used as a speaker refers to participants throughout a discourse. The third section presents data that applies insights from Relevance Theory. Describes markers of prominence and backgrounding.
She made the fire but could not stand the flames so she was burnt to ashes .
Thus ended the lives of the two friends who could not stick to what they were
capable of doing owing to the jealous nature of one of them . THE PREGNANT
Author: Ebehi Enaboifo
A collection of twenty-one brief tales, including "Only God Is All Wise," "The Delicious Cricket," and "Elomon," containing moral lessons and Nigerian folk themes.
The dream interprets desire in terms of the oral object ; the “ yams ” — quite
simply — give the name of the object as desire of ... A large part of the parents '
interpretations is formulated in terms of infantile jealousy , in terms of what Lacan
Author: Colette Soler
Publisher: Other PressLlc
"In this new text, Colette Soler spins out explications of Lacan's thought on the controversial question of sexual difference.
It seems however 110 tcwa tcak okci tcawil.ap'a yam tcawakä eleteap'a someone
child good children having his children because ... Something all jealous all the
time somewhere whoever kwahot ak - ä eleteap'a to'na'wan ike na kwa elam.e.
Author: Franz Boas
Includes chapters on Athapascan, Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, Kwakiutl, Eskimo and Chukchee. (AB1739).