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Downcast Eyes by  Martin Jay - 1st Edition, full number Line - 1993 - from Brass DolphinBooks and

Downcast Eyes

by Jay, Martin

Condition: Good+/Good+

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. Book. Good+. Hardcover. 1st Edition, full number Line. Thick book, can ship domestic mediamail at usual price. Too big for standard priority/international shipping. From the cover, "The denigration of vision in 20th century French thought." Xlibrary and given it's rough look perhaps withdrawn after an abusive check out? Many library marks, some penned over, some labels. While binding is holding nicely, sewing can be seen and it is not tight. No gapping. text shows some ultra mild wave, very mild. Jacket has many flap creases, lib. label spine, looking OK in new mylar wrapper. *We feel that books offered for internet sale should be described thoroughly and accurately. Books listed by Brass Dolphin are so described, and graded, using the strict, traditional standards. For this reason, we have virtually zero returns.*.



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