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The definitive edition of "Our Life with Mr. Gurdjieff." The remarkable personal account of the de Hartmann's work with the great master, GI ...Show synopsisThe definitive edition of "Our Life with Mr. Gurdjieff." The remarkable personal account of the de Hartmann's work with the great master, GI Gurdjieff.Hide synopsis
Description:Illus. with photos. Very good copy. 12mo, 134 pp., First...Illus. with photos. Very good copy. 12mo, 134 pp., First printing of the mass market paperback edition; spine faded, The Penguin Metaphysical Library.
Description:Very Good in Wraps: shows indications of very careful use: light...Very Good in Wraps: shows indications of very careful use: light wear to extremities; mild rubbing and faint soiling to the wrapper covers; The backstrip is heavily sunned, blanching what we assume was the bright orange strip to a sort of peach tone, but the titles thereon remain unaffected, bold and clearly legible; binding shows the slightest lean, while remaining perfectly secure; text clean. No longer pristine, certainly, but remains close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 12mo. 134pp. First Ed thus, so stated. This title was first published in hardcover by Cooper Square in 1964.
Description:Illustrated by Illustrated. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket....Illustrated by Illustrated. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 9781934686003. Slight wear; Dust Jacket two small creased. Crisp hardcover.; "Definitive Edition: Subtantially enlarged from unpublished material in the original Russian manuscripts of Thomas de Hartmann and further expanded from memoirs of Olga de Hartmann; edited by T C Daly and T A G Daly. Sandpoint Press reprint of the Definitive Edition. "A unique and deeply personal story of the years 1917-1929 which the distinguished Russian composer, Thomas de Hartmann, and his wife spent as pupils of G I Gurdjieff. Following him from Petrograd to Paris, over the Caucasus, they endured war and revolution, privation and illness, but the de Hartmanns never wavered in their certainty of the irreplaceable value to them of the Gurdjieff teaching."; xxxix, 274 pages.
Description:Very Good. 136 pages, 8vo. Out of Print. No DJ. Stated First...Very Good. 136 pages, 8vo. Out of Print. No DJ. Stated First Edition. Black cloth boards with gold-stamped lettering. From the library of Virginia Palmer Clausen: bookplate adhered to front endpaper. Minor shelfwear: light scuffing on cloth boards, light tanning along page edges, spine is cracked near middle.
Description:Very Good- 0140033653. Minor shelfwear to cover. Pages tanned.;...Very Good- 0140033653. Minor shelfwear to cover. Pages tanned.; Otherwise, a fine copy--appears unread. No crease on spine. No notes, underlining or highlighting. Softcover and pages are clean and the binding is tight.; 1 x 7 x 5 Inches; 134 pages.
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