Society in America.


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Price: $600.00

Place Published: London
Publisher: Saunders
Date Published: 1937

Description: 3 vols. small 8vo, original boards, paper labels, uncut; (all 3 vols. are lightly worn on the spines and the edges of the corners, vol. III dampstained extending into endpapers and margin of t.p.). London: Saunders and Otley, 1837. Second Edition. Very good.

Comments: A tight, bright set. "...Harriet Martineau landed in New York on September 19, 1834. ... Society in America is a synthesis and an interpretation of Martineau's impressions organized in topical fashion with the subject matter divided into four major parts: politics, economy, civilization and religion. ... Miss Martineau spent six months in the South. ... An outspoken opponent of slavery, Martineau devotes much space to this question." Clark III, 205. Howes M-350.

Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 161861

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By This Author: MARTINEAU, Harriet.
By This Publisher: Saunders
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