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Two new reviews of books on shamanism

I've posted two new reviews of books on shamanism: Animal and Shaman by Julian Baldick, and Shamanism: A Concise Introduction by Margaret Stutley. Neither gave me what I needed when I was researching the subject; I get the impression that a lot of books are being written on shamanism just now because it is fashionable. The best book I've found is Shamans: Siberian Spirituality and the Western Imagination, by Ronald Hutton.

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