B002OC257S Crisp, clean unmarked two volume hardcover set with light shelfwear to the dustjackets. Has sticker from previous owner on front endpaper. NICE!!!!!!. Codice inventario libreria
Titolo: JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU VOLUME 1 1712-1758 AND...
Casa editrice: Columbia University Press
Condizione libro: Very Good
Descrizione libro London - New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul - Columbia University Press, 1966., 1966. Hardcover set, H 22.25cm x L 13.75cm. Lack dust jackets. Beige boards with some soiling, spines toned with light bumping at ends, top corners of both rear boards bumped. Past owner's personal bookplates on each front pastedown; three swaths of black marker on each volume's copyright page. Interior pages are otherwise clean. Bindings are firm. Both very good- copies. VOLUME I: xvi, 460 pages. Features Preface and Index with twelve chapters in Part One and eight chapters within Part Two. VOLUME II: xii, 316 pages. Features Prologue and Index with eleven chapters titled as "In Which Jean-Jacques Rousseau Plays the Part of God," "The Difficult Art of Sincerity," "The Ordeal," "The Cause of God," "The Genevan Controversy," "This Infernal Business," "Monsieur Renou," "The Shattered Consciousness," "The Trial," "The Solitary Writer," and "L'ile des Peupliers." Please note that this set has an approximate shipping weight of 3.75 pounds (1.7 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Codice libro della libreria INV-4627
Descrizione libro Macmillan Publishing Co., New York, 1968. Hard Cover. Condizione libro: vg/vg. First printing. Two volume set. Both volumes and their dust jackets in very good condition. Protected in archival mylar wrappers. A New Interpretative analysis of his life and works. Codice libro della libreria 37533
Descrizione libro Columbia University Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. B002OC257S Crisp, clean unmarked two volume hardcover set with light shelfwear to the dustjackets. Has sticker from previous owner on front endpaper. NICE!!!!!!. Codice libro della libreria ZB002OC257SZ2