The infamous essay on woman or John Wilkes seated between vice and virtue, Adrian Hamilton, 1972, two volumes, limited edition 1175 of 2000, Andre Deutch, London
Hamilton, Adrian, 1972, The infamous essay on woman or John Wilkes seated between vice and virtue, two volumes, limited edition 1175 of 2000, Andre Deutch, London. As new two volumes in one very good condition slip case. No dust jacket as issued, volume one has fine condition printed imitation marbled paper covered hardboards, with cloth spine with title on paper panel, volume 2 is brown printed card covered with title on spine, no inscriptions, clean text, tight binding, 21.5cm x 30.5cm, both volumes 256pp, $50.
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