Gigibori: A Magazine of Papua New Guinea Cultures, April 1975, Near Fine

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Gigibori: A Magazine of Papua New Guinea Cultures, Volume 2, Number 1, April 1975
Author:
Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies in association with Niugini Press, Ulli Beier, et al.
Publisher:
Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies in association with Niugini Press
Release Date:
1975
Seller Category:
OCEANIC ART
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1
Condition:
Used: Excellent
Sku: 01196
Notes: Near Fine, 4to or 8vo, 9" x 8 1/2." Black paper wrappers with staple binding. Blue lettering on front. No lettering on spine. Black, white, and blue illustration on front. Covers have a wrinkle at head of spine, slight rubbing, and minuscule wear to edges and tips, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations. 56 pp., including illustrations. The April 1975 issue (Volume 2, Number 1) of _Gigibori: A Magazine of Papua New Guinea Cultures_. Features the following articles and features: "Trobriand Canoe Prows: Fourteen Pieces from the National Collection in the Papua New Guinea Museum" by Chief Narubutal, "On Not Being Allowed to Play the Flute" by Yauwe Maki, "Philosophy and Historical Reality of Kabisawali" by John Kasaipwalova, "Kabisawali: The Impact of a Self-help Movement on Cultural Life in the Trobriand Islands" by Ulli Beier, "Six Drawings" by Barnabas India, "The Story of My Life" by Somu Sigob, "Towards a Melanesian Church" by Bernard M. Narokobi, "Koidum and His Tattoos" by John Wills Teloti Kaniku, "Faa'r and His Friend Miep: Ten Aluminum Relies" by Kambau Namaleu Lamang, and "Riddles from Papua New Guinea." Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.