But few works of Anthropology are so well-done as "Coral Gardens". The two-volume ouvre deals with the relation of Trobrianders with soil, not from a single aspect — say, economic —, but from every facet of man/soil interaction: magic, poetry, art, economy, social relations, etc.
The descriptions (along with fantastic photos taken by Malinowski himself) are delightful, and sometimes I felt like characters of story (OK, it's not fiction) are just in front of me, and Trobriand was still there with its innocence and as a paradise for _primitive_ ethnographer.
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