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The Abolition of Man or Reflections on Education with Special Reference to the Teaching of English in the Upper Forms of Schools.

by LEWIS, C. S:

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Oxford, 1943, first edition, pp. 52. A Riddell Memorial lecture. Original paper covers with yapp edges. Ex-library with stamps to recto and verso of title page and a blind stamp to margin of last page. The yapp edges have some inevitable chipping and the backstrip is splitting and repaired, but this is still a sound and reasonable copy.


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