The Social System of the Zulus – E.J. Krige

R180.00

The Social System of the Zulus first published in 1936 has become one of the standard books on the Bantu and remains the only complete and systematic account of the life and customs of the most romantic and best known South African tribe. The book presents Zulu culture and society largely as it was before the impact of Western civilization. The author a well-known South African anthropologist has collected and systematized the scattered material contained in travellers’ accounts missionary reports periodicals of all sorts and by further independent enquiry has completed the picture and filled in the numerous gaps.”

Price: R180.00

Edition: Third edition

Published: 1957

Publishers: Shuter & Shooter

Condition: Cloth hardcover in good condition with shelf wear around the edges. Light foxing on the end-papers, but otherwise internally in good condition – clean and tightly bound.

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The Social System of the Zulus first published in 1936 has become one of the standard books on the Bantu and remains the only complete and systematic account of the life and customs of the most romantic and best known South African tribe. The book presents Zulu culture and society largely as it was before the impact of Western civilization. The author a well-known South African anthropologist has collected and systematized the scattered material contained in travellers’ accounts missionary reports periodicals of all sorts and by further independent enquiry has completed the picture and filled in the numerous gaps.”

Price: R180.00

Edition: Third edition

Published: 1957

Publishers: Shuter & Shooter

Condition: Cloth hardcover in good condition with shelf wear around the edges. Light foxing on the end-papers, but otherwise internally in good condition – clean and tightly bound.

Additional information

Weight 300 g