Kelantan: Religion, Society and Politics in a Malay State
William R. Roff
At the time this collection of articles was written Kelantan was home to more than 90% of the Malay population of peninsula Malaysia. As a result of being cut off from the rest of the peninsula by forests and its historical struggles with neighbouring Thailand, its history, culture and peoples had a heritage different from the Maly communities further south. In this collection, the authors examine various facets of the state's very special identity. 371 pages, including two maps, a bibliography of Kelantan and an index. Papers include -
Weight 0.90 Kg. Postage within Malaysia is free
Condition: Good Hardback.This is an ex-library book with labels on the spine, inside back cover and on a rear end paper. and stamps on the text block. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is very mild tanning throughout.