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Malaysian and Indonesian Studies. Essays Presented to Sir Richard Winstedt on His Eighty-Fifth Birthday

BASTIN, JOHN; ROOLVINK, R. (Editors)

Editorial: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1964
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Contents include: A Possible Interpretation of the Inscription at Kedukan Bukit (Palembang) by G. Coedes; Desultory Remarks on the Ancient History of the Malay Peninsula by Paul Wheatley; Takuapa: The Probable Site of a Pre-Malaccan Entrepot in the Malay Peninsula by Alastair Lamb; The Opening of Relations between China and Malacca, 1403-5 by Wang Gungwu; The Achinese Attack on Malacca in 1629 by C.R. Boxer; British Commercial and Strategic Interest in the malay Peninsula During the Late Eighteenth Century by D.K.Bassett; Problems of Personality in the Reinterpretation of Modern Malaysian History by John Bastin; A Kedah Letter of 1839 by C. Skinner; The Origins of British Control in the Malay States before Colonial Rule by C.M. Turnbull; The Colonial Office and the Protected Malay States by Emily Sadka; Migration and Assimilation of Rural Chinese in Trengganu by L.A.P. Gosling; Hikayat Raja Raja Pasai and Sejarah Melayu by A. Teeuw; The Character of the Malak Annals by P.E. de Josselin de Jong; Two New "Old" Malay Manuscripts by R. Roolvink; A Malay Scriptorium by P. Voorhoeve; The Balinese Sengghu-priest, a Shaman, but not a Sufi, a Saiva, and a Vaisnava ny C. Hooykaas; 'Internal Conversion' in Contemporary Bali by Clifford Geertz; Amir Hamzah: Malay Prince, Indonesian Poet, by A.H. Johnson; Sumbangan Sir Richard Winstedt Dalam Penyelidekan Pengajian Melayu by Zainal-'Abidin bin Ahmad. 8vo, xii + 358pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece, plates, and a folding generalogical chart at rear. Hardcover, bound in original blue cloth with cream & green printed dustjacket. In very good condition. Firm binding and crisp, clean, pages. One of the articles has a few minor notations to margins, otherwise unmarked. The dustjacket is unclipped and in very good condition with minor wear to edges, now protected in a clear Mylar wrapper. A very nice copy of a very scarce book. N° de ref. de la librería 004984

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Título: Malaysian and Indonesian Studies. Essays ...

Editorial: Clarendon Press, Oxford

Año de publicación: 1964

Encuadernación: Cloth

Condición del libro:Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good

Edición: First Edition.

Tipo de libro: Book

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Black Letter Books is a real brick & mortar bookshop dedicated to providing discerning readers and collectors with good, classic, books in traditional subject areas. Our charming open shop is located on Main Street in downtown Stillwater, Minnesota, within easy walking distance of three other open bookstores, five antique malls and a variety of other shopping and dining, all situated along the beautiful St. Croix River.

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