Charlotte Du Rietz Rare Books (ILAB): Madagascar
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Teny Soa (The Good Word). 14 volumes. Tananarive, London Missionary Society, 1870, 1876-1879, 1880-1887 & 1900.
Fourteen volumes of Teny Soa, a religious journal in Madagascar, published by the London Missionary Society as from 1866. Text in romanized Malagasy throughout. Bound in original blindstamped cloth (8 vols), contemporary calf, half calf and cloth, of which some are rubbed. The major part of the Malagasy literary heritage was oral and because of the colonialism the emergence of Malagasy literature had been inhibited. In 1818 the London Missionary Society initiated their business on the island and the first printing office was started in 1827. Literary Malagasy evolved in the second half of the 19th century. The first journal to appear was Teny Soa which published works by prose writers and poets.
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Book number: 99595
€  1450.00 [Appr.: US$ 1702.3 | £UK 1323.5 | JP¥ 188313]
Catalogue: Madagascar
Keywords: Madagascar, madagascar, malagasy, africa, african, afrika, afrique, journal, periodical, literature, missionary, malgache

Les peuplades de Madagascar. Paris, Ernest Leroux, 1887.
Pp. (iv), 68. With one map "Routes des migrations a Madagascar" and illustrations. Later half cloth, original printed wrappers bound in. Inscribed by the author. Stamp of Societe d'Anthropologie. (Extrait de la Revue d'Ethnographie).
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Book number: 99581
€  220.00 [Appr.: US$ 258.28 | £UK 201 | JP¥ 28572]
Catalogue: Madagascar
Keywords: Madagascar, madagascar, africa, afrique, afrika, african, travel, exploration, anthropology,

Voyage a Madagascar. Et précédé d'une notice historique sur Madagascar par Francis Riaux. Paris, Librairie Hachette, 1862.
12mo. Pp. (iv), lxxxiv, 312. With one folding map of Madagascar. Contemporary marbled boards, morocco spine gilt in compartments and with title printed in gilt, corners worn. Bookplate. A French edition translated from the German (Vienna 1861). Ida Pfeiffer was a popular Austrian woman traveller and her books were translated into several languages. This work covers her last travel which went to Madagascar. It's an informative study of the island including an long introduction about the history and politics. Cf Mendelssohn iii, 662.
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Book number: 99075
€  260.00 [Appr.: US$ 305.24 | £UK 237.5 | JP¥ 33767]
Catalogue: Madagascar
Keywords: Madagascar, madagascar, africa, afrika, african, afrique, travel, travels, voyage, exploration, explore, lady, lady traveller

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