After Euphoria- Other Titles to Explore

Oftentimes, reading a book will make  me want to learn more about a particular person or subject.  Our book club, Tuesday at Two, just finished discussing Lily King’s compelling novel, Euphoria, loosely based on the life of anthropologist Margaret Mead and  the love triangle that ensued between Mead,  her second husband, Reo Fortune, and her soon to be third husband, Gregory Bateson as they conducted research in remote New Guinea during the 1930’s.  Although King thought she would be writing a non fiction book about the subject, as she started writing, the characters  soon became her own.    Whether you are interested in Margaret Mead, women scientists, New Guinea, tribal society, or historical fiction love triangles here are some more books to explore.

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