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Bloomington: AuthorHouse, 2005. 80p., very good hardcover in dj. Bangladeshi immigrant author. "In places, the poet rather boldly and skillfully parlays his alternative worldview to the western readers - unmindful about being PC." - cover blurb by M. Omar Farooq. Banshee refers here to a type of Bangladeshi flute.
Dacca: Premier Books, 1959, 1965. Two different editions of Fast's novel about the American Revolutionary War, published in what is now Bangladesh (then Eastern Pakistan). The earlier edition is a hardcover, 291p., very good, publisher uncertain; the latter edition is 314p., hardcover, corners somewhat rubbed. This edition has a paper...
Dhaka, Bangladesh: Caritas-Bangladesh, 1988. Hardcover. xiv, 189 p., illustrated with scattered photos, sketches and line maps; a good hardcover in smudged and edgeworn dj. Study by a Catholic priest who worked in the area. This gypsy-like group identifies as Hindu, for practical purposes, rather than Muslim or Christian.
Tokyo: Fukuinkan Shoten, 1997. Paperback. 171p., fullpage color and b&w photography (about equal proportions) with brief texts and captions in both Japanese and English, plain printed 9.5x9 inch tan wraps, alkaline paperstock throughout. A nice clean sound unmarked copy. As of 10/2018 only one copy found in OCLC.
Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1979. Offprint, pp.695-737 [42p.], staplebound 9.8x6.8 inch coated cardstock wraps. Staples touched with rust, mild edgewear, good copy. Laid in is a TLs on Institute letterhead, cover letter from Scalapino to a colleague, signed as "Bob." Faculty Reprint series no. 1.
Dacca, Bangladesh: Holiday Publications, 1972. 22p., 5.25x8.5 inches, stapled pamphlet, toned paper and wraps, else good. Holiday Monograph No. 1. Marxist critique of the Awami League led government in Bangladesh's plans to nationalize banks, industries, transportation, etc. without going about it in the proper Marxist order.