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I Seem To Be A Verb by  R. Buckminster Fuller - Paperback - 1 - 1970 - from Retro Readers and

I Seem To Be A Verb

by Fuller, R. Buckminster

Condition: Near Fine

Bantam Books #D5235. EXTREMELY RARE. 1st edition, 1st printing, copies sell in the $300 to $500 range.

A near fine copy. Beginning of a reading crease on spine. Trace wear to covers. Pages clean & unmarked. See Photos.The book has "A" and "B" pages in addition to conventional page numbering. "B" pages" are printed on the same page as their "A" counterpart, facing each other across a horizontal axis. Thus, when the reader gets to the final page (192A), the book must be flipped upside down to arrive at 192B, and reading continues in the reverse direction. The book uses black and green ink for "A" and "B" pages respectively. Condition Near Fine - trace edge wear only.

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