By Jorgen Ruud
Oslo and London   Oslo University Press and George Allen & Unwin
9" by 6" viii, 325, [2]
A smart first edition copy of this work that explores the customs and beliefs of the people of Madagascar.
By Jorgen Ruud

1960 Taboo A Study of Malagasy Customs and Beliefs

Oslo and London   Oslo University Press and George Allen & Unwin
9" by 6" viii, 325, [2]
A smart first edition copy of this work that explores the customs and beliefs of the people of Madagascar.
Sold
: 1kgs / : 835B34

What Our Customers Say...

Description

First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding

A first edition copy of this work. 

The Malagasy people are an Austronesian speaking African ethnic group native to the island country of Madagascar. This volume describes the customs and beliefs of the Malagasy people including plant taboos, animal taboos, burial tombs, houses and villages and hospitality. 

With eight pages of illustrations and four plans.
Collated, complete. 

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally, smart. Black mark to the spine and mark to the rear board. Internally, firmly bound with bright and clean pages.

Very Good

Delivery & payment

We send all of our books via courier which is a fully tracked and insured service. In our experience we find this to be the most reliable and quickest form of delivery. Our primary courier is DHL, but we are able to accommodate special requests if required, including postal delivery for items under 2kg. See More Details