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London: British Museum Publications, 1989. Usual library marks. 164 pages with colour and b/w illustrations. New Guinea Highlanders tradition of selfadornment are amongst the most remarkable in the world. Arrayed in a profusion of valuable plumes and furs, paints and shells, clanspeople dance or parade before critical spectators, rivals and enemies. Anthropologists have frequently referred to these elaborate traditions in passing, and others have admired them as exotic spectacles, but what is their significance for the people themselves? The author answers this for one Highland people, the Wahgi.. Hard Cover. Good+/Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.