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The Witch's Dream: A Healer's Way of Knowledge
Florinda Donner originally Regine Margarita Thal , later Florinda Donner-Grau is an American writer and anthropologist known as one of Carlos Castaneda 's "witches" the term for three women who were friends of Castaneda. She studied anthropology at UCLA but did not complete her degree, letting her graduate studies lapse in , after having advanced to doctoral candidacy. In addition to working on Castaneda's books, she has written several books about indigenous healing, sorcery and lucid dreaming. While initially praised as a compelling account of Yanomami culture, in controversy broke out when an article in American Anthropologist  accused the book of not being based on original ethnographic work, but instead being a patchwork made of previously published ethnographic accounts. Rebecca De Holmes, the author of the critique, stated that it was unlikely that Donner had spent any amount of time among the Yanomami. Particularly she criticized Donner for having plagiarized the biographical account of the Brazilian woman Helena Valero , who grew up as a captive among the Yanomami, without acknowledging having borrowed large parts of her life-story.
The Witch's Dream : A Healer's Way of Knowledge