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I See A Voice Language, Deafness & The Senses - A Philosophical History by Jonathan Ree 1999 HarperCollins, good in good d/j

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Publisher: HarperCollins, London, 1999. Hardback with Dustjacket, 399 Pages, illustrated in b&w. Cover, in black boards with gilt titling, is in good condition with just a little bumping to top corner. Book is in good condition throughout with some light tanning to pages, no tears or inscriptions. Dustjacket is in good clean condition with just a little bumping at top corner, no tears. 'What's in a voice? Singing or talking, coaxing or ranting, whispering or chortling, the textures and tones of our voices are marvellous revelations of our individual personalities and moods. I See a Voice escorts its readers on a vast and eventful intellectual journey..'

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Author(s):
Jonathan Ree
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
399
Publisher:
HarperCollins, London, 1999.
Title:
I See A Voice Language, Deafness & The Senses - A Philosophical History

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Publisher: HarperCollins, London, 1999. Hardback with Dustjacket, 399 Pages, illustrated in b&w. Cover, in black boards with gilt titling, is in good condition with just a little bumping to top corner. Book is in good condition throughout with some light tanning to pages, no tears or inscriptions. Dustjacket is in good clean condition with just a little bumping at top corner, no tears. 'What's in a voice? Singing or talking, coaxing or ranting, whispering or chortling, the textures and tones of our voices are marvellous revelations of our individual personalities and moods. I See a Voice escorts its readers on a vast and eventful intellectual journey..'

Author(s):
Jonathan Ree
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
399
Publisher:
HarperCollins, London, 1999.
Title:
I See A Voice Language, Deafness & The Senses - A Philosophical History

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