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GROUP THEORIES OF RELIGION AND THE INDIVIDUAL

by Webb, Clement C. J

Condition: Good Plus/Good


London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1916. pp 208, some slight chipping to dust jacket at head of spine with a split 1/4 of the length to the front flap fold, blue lettering to dust jacket, contents tight with some foxing and pencil annoatation to rear end papers and some pages within, a good copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus/Good. 8vo.




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