A Host of Devils provides an in-depth account of the background,
origin and development of the spirit figure sculptures which
emerged during colonial times among the Makonde people of
The creation of such works is shown to connect with a regional
system of knowledge and practice, within which spirits function as
a format for expression. The book describes the ways in which the
sculpture emerged, as well as the author's experience of learning
how to carve.
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