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Mary Wollstonecraft Edited with Introduction, Chronology and Bibliography By Charles W. Hagelman, Jr.A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
$8.00
Softcover
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1967
Used - Very Good. This is a nonfiction womens issue history book called A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wolstonecraft, edited and signed by Charles W. Hagelman Jr. The book is in good condition with tight binding and 295 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall (NONFICTION, WOMENS RIGHTS, MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT, A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS WOMAN, CHARLES W. HAGELMAN JR., WOMEN ISSUES, HISTORY)
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Mary Woolstonecraft (Wollstonecraft)A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN; WITH STRICTURES ON MORAL AND POLITICAL SUBJECTS
$3,148.47
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Publisher: Printed and Sold By William Gibbons, No. 144 North Third Street, 1792
Leather boards have heavy wear. Spine crudely rebacked with cloth spine tape to hold boards. The original spine title "Rights of Woman" showing through a cutout in the rebacking. Boards are warped. Spine is straight. Pages are still solidly bound. Title and first page have scotch tape repairs. Pages are toned and foxed with marginalia on only a couple pages. Publisher's ad for The Ladies Magazine on last page at the bottom of which is inscribed in antiquated ink "Rights of Women By Mary... (First Editions Sociology::Women's Studies Government & Politics::Politics Government & Politics::Law History & Regional::North America Rare Books 14th-18th C. Antiquarian *For Serious Collectors)
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Mary Woolstonecraft (Wollstonecraft)A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN; WITH STRICTURES ON MORAL AND POLITICAL SUBJECTS
$3,148.47
Publisher: Printed and Sold By William Gibbons, No. 144 North Third Street, 1792
Philadelphia: Printed and Sold By William Gibbons, No. 144 North Third Street. Good+; *The price of this item is reduced by 70%. We are preparing to . relocate. Too much to take with us. All inventory drastically reduced. . Check out our store.*. 1792. First American Edition; First State. Hardcover. Leather boards have heavy wear. Spine crudely rebacked with cloth spine tape to hold boards. The original spine title "Rights of Woman" showing through a cutout in the rebacking. Boards are...
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