Island of Bali

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Pub. Date: 1999-04-15
Publisher(s): Tuttle Pub
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Summary

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Hesperides Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Author Biography

Miguel Covarrubias (1904-1957) was born in Mexico City and was an author, painter, caricaturist, and professor of art history at the National School of Anthropology in Mexico City.

Table of Contents

Introduction xvii
PART I
The Island
3(402)
The People
The Ancient Survival: the Bali Aga, Notes on the History of Bali, The Dutch, The Lombok War, Conquest of South Bali
11(28)
The Community
The Village, The Market, The Social Order, Etiquette, Language, The Castes, The Organization of the Village, The Bandjar, Law and Justice, The Courts
39(31)
Rice, Work, And Wealth
The Subak, Rice Culture, Distribution of Labour, The Economic Order
70(18)
Everyday Life In Bali
The House, Balinese Cooking, Costume and Adornment
88(32)
The Family
Childbirth, The Life of Children, Adolescence, The Love Life of the Balinese, Marriage
120(40)
Art And The Artist
The Place of the Artist in Balinese Life, The Story of Development of Balinese Art, Old Hindu Balinese Art, The Period of Madjapahit, The Plastic Arts of Modern Bali: Sculpture and Architecture; Painting; the Crafts
160(45)
The Drama
Music; the Village Orchestras; Supplementary Notes on Balinese Music and Instruments, The Dance: A Focus of Balinese Life; the Legong; the Baris; the Kebiyar, The Shadow-Play: Mysticism and Slapstick, The Classic Drama: Kings and Warriors; the Topeng; the Balinese Opera; the Ardja; the Djanger
205(54)
PART II
Rites And Festivals
Society and Religion, Temples and Temple Feasts, Gods, Demons: Offerings and Exorcisms, The Calendar, Siwa, The High Priests and the Brahmanic Ritual, Additional Notes
259(61)
Witchcraft
Witches, Witch-doctors, and the Magic Theatre, The Rangda and the Barong, The Tjalon Arang Play, The Sanghyang, Black and White Magic, How to Become a Leyak, The Witch-doctors, Magic, and Medicine, Sanghyang Songs
320(39)
Death And Cremation
The Body, The Soul, The Cremation, The Sacrifice of Widows, The Aftermath, Additional Notes.
359(32)
PART III
Modern Bali And The Future
The Missionaries
391(14)
Album of Photographs 405(4)
Glossary 409(4)
Bibliography 413(3)
Index 416

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