Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1953. Large 8vo, pp. , 290, full page map in text; green cloth library binding, gilt title on spine, speckled top edge, original paper wrappers bound in, a gift copy with "compliments of the author," written on the front wrapper; fine. An Ayer Linguistics duplicate, with bookplate and label on pastedowns and release stamp on free endpaper. Hanunó'o is spoken by the Mangyans of Mindoro Island, Philippines. Harold Conklin was the premier authority on their language, as well as a pioneer in integrating folk knowledge with ethnolinguistic study. (Inventory #: 49635)
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