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Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo - William D Wilder (ed)
Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo - William D Wilder (ed)
USD32.00
Manufacturer Number: ML4442
Stock Status: In Stock
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Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo
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William D Wilder (ed)


Six anthropologists deal with various practices surrounding death amongst different ethnic groups in Borneo. Two of the societies have, or have had, a tradition of reburying their dead after a short interval. Also some of these traditions are fast dying out following the conversion of many to Christianity. Near Fine Hardback in a Near Fine Dust Jacket. 366 pages with some black and white plates, a map and an index. 

Weight: 1.0 kg Post free within Malaysia

Condition: The dust jacket has slight creasing at the back and the half title page has a small smudge. Otherwise the book looks new