When Margaret returned the United States, she wrote a book about the young Samoan women she studied.
The book was called Coming of age in Samoa, and it was very popular.
As a result, Margaret Mead became very famous.
Before Margaret wrote her book, not many people were interested in anthropology.
Because of Margaret's book, anthropology became a popular subject.
Margaret Mead studied many different cultures in her life.
She continued to work, travel, write, and teach until she died in 1978.
She was a remarkable woman of the world.
- ClaudiaLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
- ElisaLv 71 decade ago
Coming of age = a young person's transition from adolescence to adulthood.
書名為"薩摩亞年輕女人從青年期到成年的轉變". The translation is not beautiful but this is the actual meaning.
Otherwise, both translations are good. Claudia's smoother.
2008-05-10 01:41:21 補充：
By the way, this is the website you can learn more about the prhase: "coming of age".
- HunLv 51 decade ago