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Practitioners of Love : Some Aspects of the Human Phenomenon

by Ethel Mannin

Condition: Very Good/Good Condition


Hutchinson, Great Britain, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good Condition. 196 pages. Boards have no wear, rubbing or soiling. Dust jacket has light creasing and moderate rubbing. Edges of dust jacket have superficial wear. Dust jacket is unclipped. Pages are lightly tanned. Edges of pages are slightly foxed. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophy; ISBN: 0090956109. ISBN/EAN: 9780090956104. Inventory No: 13120415.. 9780090956104

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