Very Good jacket. Revised Edition. Near Fine Unread. Reprint edition with minor corrections. 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. DJ with minor shelf wear to edges. From the DJ flap: The Yao are one of the mo.
Fine in Very Good dust jacket. No defects, pages are clean and crisp, the binding is tight and square; book appears unread. Bound in olive cloth with bright gilt titles to spine. Dust jacket has light edgewear and a one-inch tear, now protected by clear mylar sleeve. Classic ethnographic study of social structure. Second printing, 1966. 8vo 8"-9" tall. 235 pages. K3.
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