Further Explanation Through Endnotes

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Further Explanation through Endnotes Rosaldo’s ideas he explains in the essays are often followed by more information in the endnotes. Rosaldo writes in his essay “Grief and a Headhunter’s Rage” “Lest there be any misunderstanding, bereavement should not be reduced to anger, neither for myself nor for anyone else.” (593). Rosaldo means that the sobs of grief from someone’s death sometimes but not always are followed by anger or that anger can be produced without any signs of traditional bereavement. The Ilongots of the Philippines use headhunting as a means of mourning the death of someone. Because the Ilongots headhunt it does not mean that they don’t feel any remorse for the deceased, but they question the deceased as to how they could have left them so early, causing the anger and leading to the ritual of headhunting. Rosaldo continues to state in the endnote “although anger appears so often in bereavement as to be virtually universal, certain notable exceptions do occur.”. He continues to explain how
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