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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.....
Kuching, Sarawak: Borneo Literature Bureau, 1971. Hardcover. 205p., coated paperstock throughout with profuse captioned b&w photography, texts in four languages; later printing of an item first issued in 1962. Hardbound, 10.5x7.5 inch red oilcloth boards gilt in photodecorated dust jacket, casing faintly yawns, jacket is rubbed with some small tears.....
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."
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1935. Hardcover. 316p. An extraordinarily sharp-looking copy, hardbound first edition in green boards with spine-label in blue and yellow, art-deco dust jacket. We see no flaws in appearance, completely fresh, sound and clean. A novel by a Harvard professor of medicine, who had penned a......
Washington DC: Three Continents Press, 1987. 119p., first edition green boards gilt in dust jacket, entirely clean and sound, a very good copy. The Malaysian-American poet remembers her childhood in Kelang, imagines persons in China, in Kampuchea and Vietnam, recounts life in cosmopolitan America including an explicit nod to Emily.....
Selangor: published for the Asia Society by the Union Cultural Organization, 1971. Paperback. viii, 136p., 8.25x10 inches, preface, bios, galleries, appendixes, illustrated with b&w and color plates. Softbound; covers are creased and edgeworn, spine panel sunned to white and bears pale hand-lettering, an otherwise good first edition.