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Very Good in Very Good jacket. ISBN: 2-08013571-6, Some minor minuscule chipping along the jacket front cover bottom edge; very little wear at all. Quite clean. In Brodart mylar for preservation. 'Angels as message-bearers have appeared in religion and ancient legends for thousands of years. Today, messages are brought to us by the science of universal communications. In this lyrical new work [the author], France's foremost philosopher of science, explores how traditional images of angels in art and legend foretell the preoccupations of modern life....Abundantly illustrated with an astounding breadth of images ranging from Renaissance paintings to film stills, satellite photographs, computer microchips, and medical microscopy, this intriguing and thought-provoking book addresses some of the most crucial issues of our time. ' Illustrated. 302 pages. 8.5 x 11.25 inches.
Very good. The dust jacket has some shelf wear, with nicks/tears on the top and bottom. Dust jacket appears to have been exposed to dampness that has dried leaving some discoloration/wrinkling. No damage to book. The pages are clean and unmarked. Attractive book with some signs of use. All items guaranteed, and a portion of each sale supports social programs in Los Angeles. Ships from CA.
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