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On Love: Freely Adapted From the Tibetan

£24.99

Product description

First edition 1932. On the first free endpaper is a
dedication to the famous 20th century actress Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
which reads: "To Miss Gwen Ffrangcon Davies as a small measure of appreciation
for "Maya" 1927 at the Gate Theatre. William Repton. 10.4.32"

Brick colour cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the
spine. The boards are good with a little discolouration towards the margins,
the spine is darkened with some surface rubbing. Some foxing on the endpapers
and on the fore edge. No other inscriptions and the binding is sound.

Alfred Richard Orage was a British intellectual, now best
known for editing the magazine The New Age. While he was working as a
schoolteacher in Leeds he pursued various interests, including Plato, the
Independent Labour Party and theosophy.

Item details

Added value:
First edition dedicated to the actress Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
Author(s):
Orage, A R
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1932
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
24
Publisher:
The Unicorn Press
Title:
On Love: Freely Adapted From the Tibetan

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First edition 1932. On the first free endpaper is a
dedication to the famous 20th century actress Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
which reads: "To Miss Gwen Ffrangcon Davies as a small measure of appreciation
for "Maya" 1927 at the Gate Theatre. William Repton. 10.4.32"

Brick colour cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the
spine. The boards are good with a little discolouration towards the margins,
the spine is darkened with some surface rubbing. Some foxing on the endpapers
and on the fore edge. No other inscriptions and the binding is sound.

Alfred Richard Orage was a British intellectual, now best
known for editing the magazine The New Age. While he was working as a
schoolteacher in Leeds he pursued various interests, including Plato, the
Independent Labour Party and theosophy.

Added value:
First edition dedicated to the actress Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
Author(s):
Orage, A R
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1932
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
24
Publisher:
The Unicorn Press
Title:
On Love: Freely Adapted From the Tibetan

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