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LANGUAGE IN ACTION, A Guide to Accurate Thinking.

by Hayakawa, S(amuel) I(chiye) in consultation with Leo Hamalian and Geoffrey Wagner

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New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, (1941). Illustrated by several b/w line drawings. BOMC edition. c.1939, 1940 (author, first and second drafts). Black cloth, yellow printed spine label, yellow topstain. 8vo. pp. xiii, [1], 345. Bibliography, Index. VG/Good+/No price in mylar. Overall light soil (to white) and rubbing (to black) areas with short tears and shallow chips..


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