Impressions of the Siamese-Malayan Jungle
Matahari means 'sun' in Malay. It gives the power of growth to the virgin forest. The author made his way through the Mediterranean and on to India - Siamese, Chinese, Malays, Buddhism and the tropical virgin forest are symbols of the other worlds which were key to his young life. He provides a vivid account of his journey through the jungle while both exposed to and shaded from the light of sun. 240 pages.
Weight: 0.6.kg. *On request this book will be sent post free by surface mail to any part of the world when it is part of an order weighing at least 2 kilos.*
Published by George Allen & Unwin, London, 1923. First English edition.
Condition: Good. Hardback .Page edges and covers suffer mild shelfwear, brownish textblock, mild tanning throughout, previous owner's name is written on front endpaper