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The Urban Villagers: Group and Class in the Life of Italian-Americans

by Herbert J. Gans

Condition: Very Good/Good


1st edition. Very Good HC in Good+ DJ. Tan and brown cloth over boards, brown lettering. Bright, clean covers and spine; slight dust spotting on text block top edge; tightly bound; owner signed name 'Charles H. Page' (Smith College, Princeton and UMass Soc prof and author) on front paste down; faint pencil erasures on few pages, otherwise clean interior. DJ is lightly scuffed; slight age darkening on spine; few small chips at edges. 8vo, 367 pp; indexes, biblio.


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