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Razvoj Nad ovjeka [Development of Man] by  Geo [SOCIALISTS] KUTUZOVI - Paperback - First Edition - 1917 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

Razvoj Nad ovjeka [Development of Man]


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Chicago: Izdala Knjižara Radni ke Straže, 1917. First Edition. Paperback. Uncommon Croatian-language pamphlet by a little-known author, the only other work attributed to Kutuzovi in OCLC being a preface to a translation of Marx published by this same Croatian-American imprint. This title published as Narodna Knjižnica (Folk Library), no. 12. We find two copies in OCLC of this title as of December, 2018 (title misspelled "Razvoj Nad oveka"), both in Slovenia. 12mo (19.5cm.); publisher's buff staplebound wrappers; 47pp. Wrapper a bit worn with small loss at spine crown, extremities toned and rather soiled, else About Very Good.


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