<:st> Previous editions are cited in Books for College Libraries, 3rd ed. Readers interested in Margaret Mead will enjoy her daughter, Bateson's (anthropology and English, George Mason U., Fairfax, Virginia) autobiography, newly reprinted and affordable in paperback. Bateson writes with candor and thoughtfulness as she reminisces of the foreign lands in which she lived, the curious life of being raised by scientists, and above all, the large personality of Mead.
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[A]n utter absorbing account of Mead and Bateson's relationship...[This] book is clearly a classic.