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Solomon Islands String Figures: From Field Collections Made by Sir Raymond Firth in 1928-1929 and Christa De Coppet in 1963-1965

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ISBN 10: 095961110X / ISBN 13: 9780959611106
Published by Homa Press, 1978
Used Condition Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Solomon Islands String Figures: From Field ...

Publisher: Homa Press

Publication Date: 1978

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

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