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MAIER, H. M. J

Published by Offsetdrukkerij Kanters, Alblasserdam

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From: FESTINA LENTE italiAntiquariaat (Groningen, Netherlands)

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Item Description: Offsetdrukkerij Kanters, Alblasserdam. Paperback. Book Condition: Good condition. 1st edition. Thesis Leiden University. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A. Teeuw. Met los blad stellingen (5: 'De presentatie van de Maleise syair in moderne tekst-edities wijkt onnodig af van hun presentatie in handschriften en lithografieën'). Contents: I). A story of authority. II). Low - the search for reality. 1). The merchant-scientists and the Scottish enlightment. 2). Low and the Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa. III). Winstedt - a search for the objctive vocabulary. 1). The scholar-administrators of evolutionary positivism. 2). Winstedt and the Hikayat Merong Mahawang. IV). The tradition. V). The break. VI). The printing. VII). The textual materials. VIII). A narrative of ambiguity. With bibliography and summary in Dutch. Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa, alternatively spelt Hikayat Marong Mahawangsa and also known as The Kedah Annals, is a work of Malay literature that chronicles the bloodline of Merong Mahawangsa and the foundation of the Kedah, a state in Malaysia. The work is thought to have been written in the late 18th century or some time in the 19th century. The era covered by the text ranged from the opening of Kedah by Merong Mahawangsa, allegedly a descendant of Alexander the Great of Macedonia till the acceptance of Islam. Sir Richard Olaf Winstedt (1878 - 1966), or more commonly R. O. Winstedt, was an English Orientalist and colonial administrator with expertise in British Malaya. 273 pag. Size: 24cmx16,5cm. Bookseller Inventory # 030554

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