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New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1991. Paperback. xi, 254p., illustrated with tables and statistics, softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch coated decorated wraps. Paperstock faintly toned, a New Delhi bookshop fiche inside cover, an almost as-new copy, completely sound, clean and unmarked. Women and the household in Asia, vol 2. Series editor.....
Ithaca: Tarreshko Press, 1982. Paperback. 54 pg. paperback. Perfectbound with textblock starting to come loose, else good. Inscribed to "Paula Francese" and signed by author on title page. No mention of book or author in OCLC as of November 2021. According to author page in book, Cheah was born in.....
Chicago: Research papers, 1968. Paperback. 174 pg. paperback, 6 x 9 inches. Spine yellowed, previous owner's signature on title page, corners bumped, and foxing on fore-edge, good reading copy only. Illustrated with b&w photographs, charts, and maps. Department of Geography Research Paper #114.
Cambridge: Printed by CUP for The Hakluyt Society, 1905. Hardcover. lxxxii, 394p., plus 40p., list of Society members & agents. illustrations as called for, modern line maps in colors. Textblock and maps are quite sound, endsheets toned but otherwise unmarred, hardbound cloth casing the signature medium-blue titled gilt with rulings.....
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Incorporated, 1936. x, 338p., first edition with the right logo, a handsome little novel in openweave offwhite cloth lettered and decorated in red, with a top edge red tint; untrimmed foredge. Lacks the jacket but has survived in very good shape: lettering still bright, margins.....
New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2001. Hardcover. 274p., hardcover in dust jacket, 5.25x8.75 inches, very good. Lim's first novel. Lim is a Malaysian-born Asian American writer and professor emeritus in the English department at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
London: Movement for Colonial Freedom, . Four-panel brochure, very good, 5.5x8.5 inches. Argues that SEATO has usually "acted as a prop for reactionary and unrepresentative governments and has helped to suppress the struggle of the people for national freedom and economic independence."
London: Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1906. Hardcover. lxi, plus a few unpaginated leaves, 272, 40p. (Society matters). Illustrations and maps as called for, these printed on tinted alkaline stock and most of them folded; the tint to imitate antiquarian stock. (FYI, item is surprisingly weighty, a tribute to materials.....