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Oxford University Press, New York: 1987. 1st Edition. Interesting illustrations. Just after WWII the author Dr. Geddes spent two years living at Kuching in Sarawak amongst the Dayaks of Borneo. The Dyaks were once considered to be pagans, savage and primitive who hang skulls of their enemies from the rafters of the headhouse. Creased and nicked dust jacket with some tape repairs. Blue cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 144pp. 220 x 140mm