American Voudou: Journey into a Hidden World

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Part One - The Street 1
  • 1 - Midnight Ritual 3
  • 2 - Looking for Lorita 17
  • 3 - The Gods and Their Ways 28
  • 4 - Countertop Voudou 39
  • 5 - Preacher to Priestess 53
  • 6 - Jesus out of Africa 63
  • Part Two - The Road 73
  • 7 - On the Hoodoo Trail 75
  • 8 - Spirit Wars 89
  • 9 - Two-Headed Men and Ghosts 100
  • 10 - Elvis and Dr. King 116
  • 11 - Kindred Spirits, Lingering Foes 137
  • 12 - Crossing the Line 156
  • Part Three - The Way 175
  • 13 - Africa in America 177
  • 14 - The Day of the Living Dead 191
  • 15 - The King and His Court 207
  • 16 - Advice and Consent 216
  • 17 - Sacrifice 227
  • 18 - Exiles and Apostles 242
  • 19 - Santeria 255
  • 20 - Urban Herbs and Little Haiti 276
  • 21 - Orisha Anew 299
  • 22 - Amen 313
  • Appendix I - Voudou in the Media 319
  • Appendix II - The Revolution Denied 347
  • Glossary of Voudou Terms 363
  • Bibliography 371
  • Index 381
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