WAKE PEOPLE WAKE: The Sacred and the Profane

Product no.: HP101

Rawle Winston Titus

This is a socio-anthropological study of the wake and waking habits that early Tobago folk practiced during their funerary rites. The study not only deals with these people and their rituals, it also presents a perspective of the way other tribes and early peoples worldwide dealt with death and the hereafter. It also provides an insight into the way superstition and the supernatural constantly played a part in these customs.

  • 228 x 152 mm
  • 240 pages
  • Paperback

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