Acceptable. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" (UK) 2nd Printing One word notation to page xii, underlining in ink to about 50 pages, thus Good (-) only; lacking the dust jacket. Greem boards, 409pp, index. Map; B&W photos. The Lozi, The Tonga, the Bemba, Nyakyusa, the Yao, the Ngoni, and the Shona are discussed. (1.9 JM FO 0/5.
Very good Good jacket. Unread. Previous owner name stamped on front free page. Previous owner was Burton Benedict (1923-2010), a professor emeritus of social anthropology at UC Berkeley and former director of the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology. Benedict conducted his early anthropological fieldwork in the Indian Ocean island territories of Mauritius and Seychelles. No other markings in book. DJ with nicks and chips to edges. First edition, 1951. This 1959 edition is a reprint edition with corrections.
VG+ in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Pub by Oxford Univ. Press, 1951, NAP, presumed 1st Edition. VG+ cond. hardcover w/ VG corner-clipped dustjacket now in archival Brodart, NOT exLib. Green cloth over bds w/ bright gilt lettering on spine. Only light edgewear to dj. Illus in b&w. 409pp incl index. Square, straight, tight, bright & clean, overall VG+/VG cond. Same or next day shipping. Please email any questions.
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