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The Denial of Death by ERNEST BECKER ISBN 13: 9780029021507

ISBN 10: 0029021502

Unknown; New York: The Free Press, 1973; ISBN-13: 978-0029021507

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The Denial of Death

by Becker, Ernest

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ISBN 13
9780029021507
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0029021502
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The Free Press, 1973-11-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Acceptable/Acceptable. Acceptable first edition first printing hardcover in acceptable dust jacket. Binding is solid. Some evidence of damp-staining at top edge of boards and dj.Previous owner's markings on free front endpaper and some underlining/margin notes throughout. DJ has some soling and wear. Will ship (and look nice) in an archival quality clear Brodart cover. We use quality packaging materials. Classic and scarce as first.
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The Denial of Death

by Becker, Ernest

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9780029021507
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0029021502
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Santa Monica, California
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The Free Press, 1973. 2nd Printing. (1973.) Hardcover with dust jacket. 8vo with 221 pages. The book and dust jacket are in very good condition with very slight shelf wear. Gift inscription on front free endpaper otherwise the interior is clean and tight. Some wear the the edges of the DJ one small 1/4" tear to back cover. Pulitzer Prize Winner 1974. "One of the best and most important books ever written." Blue Spine/ Dark Blue text. . 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo. Epistemology Philosophy.
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The Denial of Death
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The Denial of Death

by ERNEST BECKER

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  • hardcover
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As New
Edition
First printing first edition
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780029021507
ISBN 10
0029021502
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Kirkland, Washington
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314pp, blue cloth boards w/gilt and white lettering on spine. As new condition with Good dustjacket in Brodart clear cover. Black ink marks on dj spine near bottom (see photo) and some wear on dj front cover corners and spine edges. Ernest Becker (September 27, 1924 – March 6, 1974) was an American cultural anthropologist. This book was awarded the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction (posthumously). From the dj flap: "Man is the only creature who must pass a lifetime with the fear of death haunting even his most sun-filled days. The Denial of Death is an original exploration of the concept that man's innate fear of death is a principal source of his activity. Professor Becker shows how mankind tries to transcend death in culturally standardized ways--through heroism, narcissism, religion, and even neurosis." Scarce first printing of hardcover; copy is in unread condition.
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