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PSYCHOLOGICAL COMMENTARIES ON THE TEACHING OF G. I. GURDJIEFF AND P. D. OUSPENSKY [Volume 1 only]

by Nicoll

Condition: Good/No Jacket


Vincent Stuart, London, 1964. 10" X 6.25" in black cloth. Scuffed, soiled, water ring on front cover, spine fading, Writing on flyleaf. EX-LIBRARY [probably a private library]. Contents excellent, binding sound. 371pp. 4th Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket.


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