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London: Imam Ali Foundation, 1999. Paperback. 306p., illustrated with 7 pages of color depictions of "scale fish," paperbound in 8x6 inch decorated wraps. The perfect-bound textblock has cracked in several places (no loss of leaves nor much risk of it), and the former owner has thoroughly investigated the book and.....
London: Printed for John Morphew, 1711. 31p., disbound 7.8x4.8 inch textblock enclosed in makeshift 19thC wrapper; ex libris with unobtrusive institutional blindstamp overprinted with tiny withdrawn stamp. Wrapper is split and nearly detached. Good copy. Author addresses the King throughout, appears to encourage a livelier censorship of texts deemed irreligious.....
Apple Valley CA: Cobden Press, 2011. Paperback. The "corrected fourth printing": x, 119p., softbound in 9x6 inch colorphoto wraps, entirely clean, sound and unmarked: a very good copy that is signed by Chartier with a squiggle on the half-title page. Explorations of a stateless world.
Venice CA: Green Trees Press, 1979. Paperback. vii, 88p., softbound first edition in 9x6 inch glossy wraps; rather edgeworn with a badly bent head from poor storage, else sound, no internal markings besides a presentation inscription signed by author's wife Ruth (author died of leukemia prior to publication). Laid in.....
New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. Hardcover. ix, 217p., scattered illustrations, hardbound in papered boards and dust jacket. A sound, clean, unmarked copy. Heine promotes a reconciliation between traditionalist and revisionist views; critics have pointed out worldly motives amongst the transcendental.