At the age of 16, Huxley was stricken with an eye disease which left him in a state of near-blindness for many years thereafter. In 1939, in a state ...Show synopsisAt the age of 16, Huxley was stricken with an eye disease which left him in a state of near-blindness for many years thereafter. In 1939, in a state of exasperation, he began to practise the method of visual re-education evolved by Dr W.H. Bates. Within two months he was reading without spectacles and without eyestrain. An enthusiastic convert, Huxley wrote this book, a homage to the Bates method and a serious challenge to the orthodox medical profession.Hide synopsis
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Description:Good++ in Good Dust Jacket. 21 cm. (The Art of Seeing), (An...Good++ in Good Dust Jacket. 21 cm. (The Art of Seeing), (An Adventure in Re-Education), (Original 1942 Hardcover Edition, NOT a reprint), minor dust jacket edge tears and chips, minor dust jacket spotting, not price clipped, slight spine slant but binding and hinges solid, minor underlining on two pages, otherwise pages clean and slightly tanned, xi, 273 pp. --(Includes: Appendix I, Appendix II, pp. 263-273)--[F2]
Description:Good+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall A good+ copy with rubbing, scuffing...Good+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall A good+ copy with rubbing, scuffing and minor creasing to wraps; bumping and minor wear to edges and corners. Huxley's analysis and recommendation of the Bates method for vision improvement.
Description:Hardcover. Octavo. 274pp. Original cloth spine lettered in black...Hardcover. Octavo. 274pp. Original cloth spine lettered in black, red textured papered boards. Spine ends rubbed, page-edges lightly browned, wear to edges of boards, previous owner's names on pastedowns, endpapers discolored, else a solid, internally-clean Good+ copy (no dust jacket).
Description:Good. 273 pages. Text is clean (no marks, no underlines), pages...Good. 273 pages. Text is clean (no marks, no underlines), pages are lightly tanned, binding is loose, hardcover boards are worn along the spine, dust jacket is torn, worn and scuffed, price in red on first page. 100% Money Back Guarantee! Ships within 1 business day, includes tracking. Carefully packed. Serving satisfied customers since 1987.
Description:Fiine in J Very Good+ jacket. 12mo Second impression, same...Fiine in J Very Good+ jacket. 12mo Second impression, same format and quality as first. The author's classic tretatise on his blindness. In a clean, unclipped jacket with tow tiny corner chips.
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