Professor Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard 1902—1973

Andre Singer
1973 African research & documentation  
The work of the anthropologist is not photographic. He has to decide what is significant in what he observes and by his subsequent relation of his experiences to bring what is significant into relief. For this he must have, in anthropology, a feeling for form and pattern, and a touch of genius"..."The personality of an anthropologist cannot be eliminated from his work". (Evans-Pritchard 1951 pp 82-4).
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