London: Kegan, Paul, Trench Trubner & Co., Ltd., 1946.
Octavo, 354 pages. Illustrated, and with two folding plates. First edition. The great economic anthropologist examines in depth the social organization of the fishermen of the Malay Peninsula. The book includes an index of edible fishes caught, as well as a large folding map of the village layout, with gardens, orchards, and other elements of agriculture integrated into the fishermen's community space. Older bookplate removed from front endpaper, a few small pencil marginalia, otherwise generally very good in green cloth. Lacking the dust jacket.