An Account of Its People Flora and Fauna
Enriquez was a natural adventurer of the late British colonial period. Born in India and educated in England, he joined the Indian Army, but eventually moved to Burma and then to Malaya before returning to Burma to retire. Wherever he went he wrote evocative accounts of the people and the wildlife he came across. In this account, he takes the reader through the country's history, arguing that the country belongs in the archipelago across the sea and not amongst its land neighbours, while taking in his observations on the flora and fauna and the peoples of the country in the 1920s. . For further details, please see the scanned contents page. 303 pages pages with just over thirty black and white plates
Weight 1kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Hurst & Blackett, London, 1927. First edition
Condition: Fair Hardback. This is an ex-library book with a labels on the spine and inside front cover and a stamp on the first page of the preface. The book is in a poor state with a battered cover and signs of insect attack on the cover and first and last forty pages of the book. The pages usually have just one or two holes. The binding is good, the text is clear and there is mild tanning throughout. The photographs are clean but one or two of them have tears or folds at the edges. Suitable as a reading copy.