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Inner Navigation: why We Get Lost in the World and How We Find Our Way by  Erik Jonsson - Paperback - First Trade Edition; First Printing - 2002 - from Never Enough Stuff and Biblio.com

Inner Navigation: why We Get Lost in the World and How We Find Our Way

by Jonsson, Erik

Condition: Near Fine


New York: Scribner. Near Fine. 2002. First Trade Edition; First Printing. Trade Paperback. 0743222067 . Book is Near Fine. First Trade Edition with complete number line. Tight and sturdy binding. Clean and unmarked text. Very slight bumping to cover corners and bottom spine end. Front cover bottom edge very small 1/4 inch bump. Slight top page corner tips of few pages slightly bent. Very slight surface shelf wear to cover. ; Trade PB .


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