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Gaylin, Willard
 1986 A Psychiatrist Wonders What's Happening to Romantic Love.
      TV Guide, 4 October, S-8.

Geertz, Clifford
 1988 Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford: Stanford
      University Press.

Gesch, Patrick
 1990 The Cultivation of Surprise and Excess: The Encounter of Cul-
      tures in the Sepik of Papua New Guinea. In Cargo Cults and Mil
      lenarian Movements: Transoceanic Comparisons of New Religious
      Movements, edited by G. W. Trompf, 213-238. Berlin: Mouton
      de Gruyter.

Gill, S. R. M.
 1946 Effect of War Upon Papuan Natives. Pac f ic Islands Monthly 16
      (Jan): 52.

Girgus, Sam B.
 1990 Desire and the Political Unconscious in American Literature: Eros and
      Ideology. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Glines, C. V.
 1991 The Cargo Cults. Air Force Magozine 74 (1): 84-87.

Glowczewski, Barbara
 1983 Manifestations Symboliques d'une Transition Economi ue: Le
      "Juluru", Culte Intertribal du "Cargo" (Australie O cidentale
      et Centrale): L'Homme 23(2): 7-35.
      Gourguechpn; Charlene 
 1977 Journey to the End of the World: A Three Year Adventure in the New
      Hebrides. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
      Griff1n, James, Hank Nelson, and.5tewart Firth
 1979 Papua New Guinea: A Political Hutory. Richmond, VIc: Heinemann 
      Educational Australia.
Guiart, Jean
 1951a "Cargo Cults" and Political Evolution in Melanesia. South Pacific
       5(7): -128-129.
 1951b Forerunners of Melanesian Nationa1ism.0cean1a 22:81-90.
 1952  John Frum Movement in Tanna.0ceania 22(3):165-177.
 1956a Culture Contact and the "John Frum" Movement on Tanna, 
       New Hebrides. Southwestem Journal of Anthropology 12(1):105-116.
 1956b Un Siecle et Demi de Contact5 Culture15 a Tanna, Nouvelles-Hebrides.
       Publications de la Societe des Oceanistes no.5. Paris: Musge del'Homme.
 1975  Le Mouvement "Four Corner" a Tanna (1974). Journal de ln
       Societe des Oceanistes 46:107-111.

Guidieri, Remo
 1988 Two Millenaristic Responses in Oceania. In Ethnicities and
      Nations: Processes of Interethnic Relations in Latin America, Southeast
      Asia and the Pac fic, edited by Remo Guidieri et al, 172-198.
      Houston: Rothko Chapel Press.

Guillebaud, Jean-Claude
 1980 Un Ioyage en Oceanie. Paris: Editions du Seuil.

Guy, Maurice
 1959 So Wild the Wind. London: Jonathan Cape.
Hamilton, John
 1983 The Cargo-cult Chief and the Letters from a God. Brisbane Cou-
      rier Mail,1 December,1-2.

Hanneman, Emil F.
 1945 Village Life and Social Change in Madang Society. Mn thesis,
      Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago.

Hannet, Leo
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 1970 Disillusionment with the Priesthood. Kovave 2 (1): 22-28.

Haraway, Donna 
 1989 Primate Vuions: Gende, Race; and Nature in the World of Modern ∑:
      Science. New York and London: Routledge.

Harcombe, David
 1991 Vanuatu: A Travel Survival Kit. Hawthorn: Lonely Planet.

Harding, Thomas
 1967 A History of Cargoism in Sio, North-East New Guinea. Oceania

Harris, Marvin
 1971 Culture, Man, and Nature: An Introduction to General Anthropology.
      New York: Thomas Y. Crowell.
 1974 Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches: The Riddles of Culture. New York:
      Random House.
 1991 Cultural Anthropology. 3d ed. New York: Harper Collins.

Harwood, John
 1991 Technopolis in Australia: The Rise of a Millennial Cargo Cult.
      The Ecologist 21 (5): 214-219.

Hatch, Robert
 1963 Films (Mondo Cane). Nation 196 (16, April 20): 334-335.

Hau`ofa, Epeli
 1975 Anthropology and Pacific Islanders. Oceania 45:283-289.

Haviland, William A.
 1989 Anthropology. 5th ed. Fort Worth, 'rx: Holt, Rinehart &
 1990 Cultural Anthropology. 6th ed. Fort Worth, Tx: Holt, Rinehart &

Hempenstall, Peter, and Noel Rutherford
 1984 Protest and Dissent in the Colonial Pac fc. Suva: University of the
      South Pacific.

Hermann, Bernard, and Joel Bonnemaison
 1975 New Hebrtdes. Pape`ete: Les Editions du Pacifique.

Hermann, Elfriede
 1992 The Yali Movement in Retrospect: Rewriting History, Redefining
      'Cargo Cult'. Oceania 63: 55-71.

Hoebel, E. Adamson, and Thomas Weaver
 1979  Anthropology and the Human Experience. Sth ed. New York:
Hogbin H. Ian
 1951  Transformation Scene:: Loridon: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
 1958  Social Change. London: Watts.

Holmes, Lowell D.
 1980  Cults, Cargo and Christianity. Samoan Responses to Western
       Religion. Missiology: An International Review 8 (4); 471-487.
Holtker, G.
 1946 How "Cargo-Cult" Is Born: The Scientific Angle on an Old
      Subject. Pacif c Islands Monthly 17 (4, Nov):16, 70.
      HS-B, Honolulu Star Bulletin
 1989 Legend of Hat and Rice Brings Hopes for More. 8 April, Ag.
 1991 Oh, Lonesome Him. 21 July, A2.

Hood, Gwenyth E.
 1990 Medieval Love-Madness and Divine Love. Mythlore 61:20-34.

Hours, Bernard
 1974 Un mouvement politico-religieux Neo-Hebridais: Le Nagriamel.
      Cahiers ORSTOM, Series Sciences Humaines 11:227-242.

Howard, Michael C.
 1986 Contemporary Cultural Anthropology. 2d ed. Boston:
      Brown.                           Little,
Howell, Nancy
 1986 Demographic Anthropology. 15:219-246.
      Annual Review o Anthropology

Hyndman, David C.
 1987 Mining, Modernization, and Movements of Social Protest in
      Papua New Guinea. Social Analysis 21:20-38.
Jacopetti, Gualtiero
 1963 Mondo Cane. New York: Times Film Corp.

Jarvie, I. C.
 1964 The Revolution in Anthropology. Chicago: Henry Regnery.

Jawodimbari, Arthur
 1971 Cargo. In Five New Guinea Plays, edited by U. Beier, 11 19.
      Brisbane: Jacaranda Press.

Jebens, Holger.
 1990 Cargo-Kulte und Holy Spirit Movements. Anthropos 85:403-413:
Kahn, Miriam
 1983 Sunday Christians, Monday Sorcerers: Selective Adaptation to
      Missionisation in Wamira.: Journal of Pacifi'c History 18:96-112

Kaima, Tua Sammyuel
 1989 Attitudes Towards Changing Leadership Patterns in Papua New
      Guinea. thesis, Center for Pacific Islands Studies, University                        
     of HawaŁ, Honolulu.

Kaplan, Martha
 1990 Meaning, Agency and Colonial History: Navosavakadua∑ and the
      Tuka in Fiji. American Ethnologist 17:3-22.

Keesing, Roger
 1978 Politico-Religious Movements and Anti-Colonialism on Malaita:
      Maasina Rule in Historical Perspective. Oceania 48:241-261;49:46-75.

Keith-Reid, Robert
 1984 Vanuatu: A Nation in Gear. Islands Business 10 (8):12-16.

Kelly, John D., and Martha Kaplan
 1990 History, Structure, and Ritual. Annual Review of Anthropology 

Kempf, Wolfgang
 1992 'The Second Coming of the Lord': Early Christianization, Episodic
      Time, and the Cultural Construction of Continuity in Sibog. 
      Oceania 63: 72-86.

Kerpi, Kama
 1975 Cargo. Kovave 5 (1): 30-36.

Kilani, Mondher
 1983 Les Cultes du Cargo Melanesiens: Mythe et Rationalite en Anthropologie. 
      Lausanne: Le Forum Anthropologique/Editions d'en Bas.

Kluge, P. F.
 1991 The Edge of Paradise: America in Micronesia. New York: Random House.

Kohn, Tamara
 1988 A Text in Its Context: .F. E: Williams and the Vailala Madness.
     Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 19:25-42.

Kottak, Conrad Phillip
 1978 Anthropology: The Exploration of Human Diversity. 2d ed. New
      York: Random House.

Kowalak; Wladyslaw
 1982 Kulty cargo na Nowej Gwinei. Warsaw: Akademia TeologŁ Katolickiej.

Kristof, Nicholas D.
 1987 Space Age Succeeds Stone Age on Pacific Isle. New York Times, July 1

Kulick, Don, and Christopher Stroud
 1990 Christianity, Cargo and Ideas of Self: Patterns of Literacy in a
      Papua New Guinean Village. Man 25:286-304.

Kuper, Adam
 1988 The Invention of Primitive Society: TransformatIons of an Illusion.
      London and New York: Routledge.
Laboi, Anton
 1972 Cargo King. Papua New Guinea Writing 6:3-5. 

Lamang, Keith Bawon
 1976 Gambling with Cards Is a Cargo Cult. Post-Courier, 25 March, 2.

Lan, David
 1990 Sergeant Ola. In Desire and Other Plays, 59-129. London: Faber&Faber.

Langley, Philip
 1986 Popular Participation as a Cargo Cult? African Environment. Third
      World Occasional Paper 96. Dakar: ENDA.

Lansner, Tom
 1987 Letter from Tanna. Far Eastern Economic Review, 20 August, 80.

Lattas, Andrew
 1992 Introduction. Hysteria, Anthropological Discourse and the Concept of 
      the Unconscious: Cargo Cults and the Scientisation of Race and 
      Colonial Power. Oceania 63:1-14.

Lawrence, Peter
 1954 Cargo Cult and Religious Beliefs among the Garia. International
      Archives of Ethnography 47:1-20.
 1964 Road Belong Cargo: A Study of the Caigo Movement in the Southern
      Madang District, New Guinea. Manchester: Manchester Uni. Press.

 1987 Cargo Cults. In The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol 3, edited by
      Mircea Eliade,74-81. New York: Macmillan.

Leavitt, Stephen C.
 1989 Cargo, Christ, and Nostalgia for the Dead: Themes of Intimacy
       and Abandonment in Bumbita Arapesh Social Experience. PhD
       dissertation, University of California at San Diego.

Leeson, Ida
 1952 Bibliography of Cargo Cults and Other Nativistic Movements in the
      South Pacifi'c. South Pacific Commission Technical Paper no.30.
      SYdney: South.Pacific Commission.

Lemaire, Anika
 1977 Jacgues Lacan. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Levinas, Emmanuel
 1979 Totality and In.finity: An Essay on Exteriortty. The Hague: 
      Martinus Nijhoff.

Levine, Beth 
 1989 Obsessed by Love. YM 37(8): 68-70.

Lidz, Ruth W., Theodore Lidz, and Burton G. Burton-Bradley
 1973 Cargo Cultism: A Psychosocial Study of Melanesian Millena-
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Lindstrom, Lamont
 1989 Working Encounters: Oral Histories of World War II Labor
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 1990 Knowledge and Power in a South Pac fic Society. Washington, Dc:
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Lini, Walter
 1980 Beyond Pandemonium: From the New Hebrides to Vanuatu. Suva:
     Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific.

Loeliger, Carl, and Garry Trompf, eds
 1985 New Religious Movements in Melanesia. Suva: University of the
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Long, Charles H.
 1974 Cargo Cults as Cultural Historical Phenomena. Journal of the
      American Academp of Religion 47:403-414.
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 1945 From a South Seas Diury, 1938-1942. London: Nicholson &

Lupsha, Peter A.
 1988 The Role of Politics and Political Culture in New Mexico's Eco-
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Maahs, A.
 1956 A Sociological Interpretation of the Cargo Cult. PhD dissertation, 
      University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

MacClancy, Jeremy V.
 1983 Vanuatu and Kastom: A Study of Cultural Symbols in the Inception 
      of a National State in the South Pacific. PhD dissertation,
      Department of Anthropology, Oxford University.

McDonell, Terry
 1991 The Japanese Cargo Cult. Esguire 116 (4): 41.

McDowell, Nancy
 1985 Past and Future: The Nature of Episodic Time in Bun. In Histo
      and Ethnohistory in Papua New Guinea, edited by D. Gewert2 and
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      University of Sydney.
 1988A Note on Cargo Cults and Cultural Constructions of Change.
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McKee, Matthew
 1989 Waiting for the Skies to Open. 
       Pacific Islands Monthly 59 (15 Mar): 26-30.

McLeod, Charles
 1947 News from the Field: White Sands. Quarterly Jottings from the
      New Hebrides 216 (Oct): 8.

Mair, Lucy
 1948 Australia in New Guinea. London: Christophers.

Malik, Michael
 1989 Island Insunection: Bougainville .Rebellion May Keep Mme 
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Marsh, Don
 1968 The Surprising Gospels of John Frum: He Who Swept Sin Away
      Pacific Islands Monthly 39 (10, Oct): 83-90.

Maude, H. E.
 1952 Introduction. In Bibliography of Cargo Cults and Other Nativistic
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May, R. J.
 1990 Political Implications of the Bougainville Crisis for Papua New
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May, R. J., ed
 1982 Muronationalist Movements in Papua New Guinea. Political and
      Social Change Monograph no.1. Canberra: Department of Polit-
      ical and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, 
      Australian National University.

Meade, Walter
 1988 The Perilous Lure: Obsessive Love. Cosmopolitan 205 (6): 170-173.

Meloy, J. Reid,
 1989 Unrequited Love and the Wish to Kill: Diagnosis and Treatment
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Merton, Thomas
 1968 The Geography of Lograire. New York: New Directions.
 1979 Love and Living. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux.

Mettler, Ruben F.
 1980 The Cargo Cult Mentality in America. Business Week, 22 September, 22.

Michener, James A.
 1951 Return to Paradise. New York: Random House.

Modleski, Tania
 1982 Loving with a Vengeance: Mass produced Fantasies for Women. New
      York: Routledge.

Mocoro; Michael
 1975 Stone Hide Our Cargo. Papua New Guinea Writing 18:5,11.

Muller, Kal
 1974 Tanna Awaits the Coming of John Frum. National Geographic 145
      (5): 706-715.

Murray,J. S.
 1949 Natives and Whites in New Hebrides. Pacific Islands Monthly 19 
      (8, Mar): 61.
Narokobi, Bernard M.
 1974 Who Shall Take Up Peli's Challenge? A Philosophical Contribution 
      to the Understanding of Cargo Cults. Point 1:93-104.

Nedjar, Louis
 1974 Peuples Oublies des Nouvelles-Hebrides. Montreal: Editions Heritage.

Nemours, Pierre
 1974 La Mort sur un Volcan. Paris: Editions Fleuve Noir. NYT, New York Times
 1970 On a Pacific Island, They Wait for the G.I. Who Became a God. 19 April, 7.

Niven, Larry, and Steven Barnes
 1981 Dream Park. San Francisco: Ace Books.
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