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Being and nothingness

£50.00

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L' Etre et le Neant, Being and Nothingness: An essay on Phenomenological Ontology, was first published in 1943 and this translation was first published in Great Britain in 1957. The dust-jacket and the red clothed board cover all in very good condition. The dj comes in a protective wrapping and is price clipped with signs of fraying to the top edge and there is tear to the top of the spine. The pages are crisp and clean and in a tight binding, there is light foxing to the title page only. This copy is in an excellent condition overall.

Item details

Author(s):
Jean-Paul Sartre-Author; Hazel E Barnes-Translator
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.5cms x 14cms
Edition:
Translation First published in GB in 1957
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
636
Publisher:
Methuen & Co. Ltd, London, 1957

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L' Etre et le Neant, Being and Nothingness: An essay on Phenomenological Ontology, was first published in 1943 and this translation was first published in Great Britain in 1957. The dust-jacket and the red clothed board cover all in very good condition. The dj comes in a protective wrapping and is price clipped with signs of fraying to the top edge and there is tear to the top of the spine. The pages are crisp and clean and in a tight binding, there is light foxing to the title page only. This copy is in an excellent condition overall.

Author(s):
Jean-Paul Sartre-Author; Hazel E Barnes-Translator
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.5cms x 14cms
Edition:
Translation First published in GB in 1957
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
636
Publisher:
Methuen & Co. Ltd, London, 1957

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