Trance in Bali (SIGNED)

By: Belo, Jane

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New York: Columbia University Press, 1960. Original terracotta cloth with silver title to spine and decoration to front panel. 284 pages including black & white illustrations, index, glossary and appendices. Preface by Margaret Mead. A couple of closed tears and light edge wear to dustjacket, light offsetting to endpapers. Belo presents a detailed account of each type of trance performance and practice within the context of Balinese culture. She describes the social structure of the particular village, the personality of the individual trancer and the background of the particular trance occurrence. "There is no comparable study of trances in existence." ( Margaret Mead) INSCRIBED, SIGNED AND DATED BY JANE BELO on flyleaf. Signed examples of this work are rare. A clean, tight copy. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Very Good/Very Good.

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