A History of Cannibalism

Autor: Constantine, Nathan

Untertitel: From Ancient Cultures to Survival Stories and Modern Psychopaths

Erscheinungsjahr: 2006

Verlag/Ort: Arcturus Publishing Limited, 2018, London

Seiten: 302

ISBN/Art.: 978-1-78828-594-0

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This work is presented in a blisteringly honest, nothing-barred style of narrative. It tackles one of society's last remaining taboo subjects unflinchingly. "Silence of the Lambs", "Deliverance", "Dawn of the Dead" confirm this subject's cult status. There's a captive crimes audience already out there and Cannibalism goes one step further than crime. It is fully illustrated! What more could they want? This title has great cross-over appeal with a multi-faceted approach that uses material from complementary areas like psychology, sociology, criminology, history and anthropology. From mythological depictions of Cronos to Papua New Guinean tribes eating their kinsmen and modern-day Hannibal Lecters, this title takes you on a sustained journey through the dark recesses of the human mind and explores a sadistic part that exists in us all.