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Ruth Benedict
(1887-1948) born on
Jun 06
US anthropologist. She was an expert on American Indian tribes; wrote classic "Patterns of Culture," 1934; "Race, Science and Politics," 1940.
         
   
F
Culture is not a biologically transmitted complex.

R
I have always used the world of make-believe with a certain desperation.
A
I long to speak out the intense inspiration that comes to me from the lives of strong women.
N
. . . work even when I'm satisfied with it is never my child I love nor my servant I've brought to heel. It's always busy work I do with my left hand, and part of me watches grudging the wastes of a lifetime.
K
I gambled on having the strength to live two lives, one for myself and one for the world.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "Patterns of Culture," 1934.
R: In "An Anthropologist at Work," part 1, by Margaret Mead, 1959.
A: Jan 1917; in "An Anthropologist at Work," by Margaret Mead, 1951.
N: 9 Jun 1934; in "An Anthropologist at Work," by Margaret Mead, 1951.
K: In "An Anthropologist at Work," part 1, by Margaret Mead, 1959.
   


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