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Cyberspace: The Human Dimension by  David B Whittle - Signed First Edition - 1997 - from Eastburn Books and

Cyberspace: The Human Dimension

by Whittle, David B

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

New York, New York, U.S.A.: W H Freeman & Co, 1997. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. VG Green hardcover in VG jacket . SIGNED/Inscribed by author on FFEP. First edition/first printing. Light edgewear. Light soil to top text edge. Very slight cocking to spine. Clean. Small scrape to front spine fold, otherwise solid/unmarked. Unclipped. 456 pp. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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