He supposed that his readings in anthropology caused him to take such a coarse view of what was after all a simple and natural demonstration of family feeling; but when he remembered that the Wellands did not expect the wedding to take place till the following autumn, and pictured what his life would be till then, a dampness fell upon his spirit.
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She majored in anthropology and just finished a report for the State Department that describes tribal customs in eastern Africa.
Anthropology is the most humanistic of the sciences and the most scientific of the humanities.