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The Student and His Studies - SIGNED by  Esther Raushenbush - Signed First Edition - 1964 - from cc Media, Inc. and

The Student and His Studies - SIGNED

by Raushenbush, Esther

Condition: 5/4

Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1964 Book. 5. Hardcover. Second Printing, October 1965 (after first in September 1964). Fine in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Solid binding and bright pages. DJ soiled with one tiny closed tear at bottom near spine, but otherwise VG+ 208pp. A study of how colleges might do to help students who have never been seriously engaged in their studies and have no field of learning in mind. Signed by author on first inside page. The study was sponsored by the Hazen Foundation, "designed to explore the connections between intellectual training and total personal development.".


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