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DE WIT, AUGUSTA: - Java Facts and Fancies. London, Chapman & Hall, 1905.

. Pp. (vi), 332. With 160 illustrations, mainly made from photographs, of which many full-page. Publisher's cloth gilt, upper edges gilt, recased. First published as a series of articles in Singapore Strait Times in 1898. De Wit was born in Sumatra, spent her early childhood in the Dutch Indies, and later educated in Europe. She returned to Batavia in 1894 to teach at a girl's school and later started to work as a correspondent for Singapore Strait Times. A narrative mainly based on the author's stay in Batavia and its surroundings. She vividly describes every day life of the natives, customs and ceremonies.
EUR 220.00 [Appr.: US$ 264.63 | £UK 190 | JP¥ 28582] Booknumber: 1

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