Most popular accounts of human prehistory suggest civilization emerged linearly—humans starting as nomadic hunter-gatherers and later moving on to farming and permanent settlements leading to villages, towns and then cities. The Dawn of Everything challenges this narrative.
- Anthropologist David Graeber and archaeologist David Wengrow argue that human societies during the Palaeolithic were quite diverse rather than all being nomadic hunter-gatherers.
- The writers also argue that humans have shown remarkable flexibility in dealing with different and varying climates and environments.
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