CONFESSIONS OF AN INTERGALACTIC ANTHROPOLOGIST PDF

Behar weaves together scenes whose below- the-surface meaning is often more poignant than the words she uses. She seems to be asking why she finds herself where she is, why she feels as she does and possibly even what she can do to improve who she has become. Yet she can never really break from her work because she and it are one, it is her very life force. Read More She is a keyboard whiz, conjuring up scenery and characters whose originality and individual traditions transport the reader from a village in Spain to another in Mexico at the turn of a page. The book is filled with affectionate self-mockery, with shockingly honest, yet seemingly casual confessions, with the curiosity of youth and often with conformism born of too close identification with the subjects of her anthropological studies.

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Behar weaves together scenes whose below- the-surface meaning is often more poignant than the words she uses. She seems to be asking why she finds herself where she is, why she feels as she does and possibly even what she can do to improve who she has become. Yet she can never really break from her work because she and it are one, it is her very life force. Read More She is a keyboard whiz, conjuring up scenery and characters whose originality and individual traditions transport the reader from a village in Spain to another in Mexico at the turn of a page.

The book is filled with affectionate self-mockery, with shockingly honest, yet seemingly casual confessions, with the curiosity of youth and often with conformism born of too close identification with the subjects of her anthropological studies. Behar carries her house keys with her whenever she travels. This may not be such an anomaly, but she notes it at the start of the book, together with other rituals, part-superstition, part obsessive- compulsive disorder.

Keys and key chains are later to be symbolic too, of home and exile. Her travels periodically culminate in the return to her husband, David — an intrinsic part of her identity since age 19 — and her son Gabriel, who is in a sense, her alter ego, as well as being very much his own person and a young man she is proud of and whom she credits with having grounded her.

The writer is possessed of a great deal of feminine self-awareness, and in the same measure is weighed down at times by her awareness of aging, and of how she may be judged or perceived from the outside — possibly one of the drawbacks of being such an avid observer. As a native Cuban, although a longtime US resident, she must present her Latino passport when leaving the country, a touch-and-go moment that again and again provides her with a morbid thrill, worrying her each time, but not outweighing her need to repeat the experience.

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