Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Circa 1986 reprint, bound in brown cloth and red boards. No price on dust jacket. A tight, clean, unread copy of this book. A great reprint of this important book by Ms. Rand. reprint with a special introduction by the author; 727 pp. Tight, clean copy.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Stated First Printing. Black full-cloth boards, embossed cover initials and gilt spine titles w/lt. blue accents, fine. Pages very good, clean. Dk. green endpapers. Bind strong; hinges intact. Dj moderate edge wear, chip, rub; unclipped 3.95 w/classic image of Rand at back-protected in new, clear sleeve. Very attractive. The author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead presents the essentials of her philosophy. Rand's first non-fiction volume shortly following her magnum opus-Atlas Shrugged. She authoritatively challenges the prevalent philosophical doctrines of our time-and the guilt, panic and despair they create. Rand proposes a new moral philosophy-an ethic of rational self-interest-that stands in sharp opposition to the ethics of self-sacrifice. The fundamentals of this morality are set forth. She categorizes various participants in human history, who have been a force for evil, as being an Attila or a Witch Doctor. An Attila is one who uses physical or brute force to accomplish goals. A Witch Doctor (a philosopher, religious person, or type of intellectual) utilizes the written or spoken word to persuade or intimidate individuals to counter their rational minds, often to the advantage of an Attila. She concludes the title essay by explaining the necessity for a type of new intellectual obtaining prominence. The new intellectual promotes the use of reason to persuade his or her fellow men and women; as opposed to the threat of force in order to persuade by fear. Small owner's signature at title page. 242 pages. Insured post.
Good. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. First edition thus. Stated copyright 1933 by Ayn Rand under title "Penthouse Legend" and 1936 by Longmans, Green & Co. No. 10 below this. Blue wraps, moderate corner, edge wear. Classic title, border, and Longmans' happy-sad faces emblem. Pages very good, no writing; few stamps for St. Louis Theatre. Bind good. Ayn Rand's first play, and the only one achieving success in her lifetime. It ran first in Hollywood as "Woman on Trial, " and then on Broadway as "Night of January 16th". The original title was Penthouse Legend. This version, edited by Nathaniel Edward Reeid, was published in play book form for performance by amateur companies. Unique insight into the young mind of Rand. Portable 5" x 7" design. Copy #1 notated at cover. 99 pages. Printed in the United State of America. Insured post.
Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket. 0525939466. A perfectly clean copy. Appears unread. Clean jacket in a Mylar cover; endpapers and pages are bright and clean and the binding is tight. No notes, underlining or highlighting. Original price intact.; 20 x 20 x 20 Inches; 720 pages.
Good with no dust jacket. First edition, 11th printing, June, 1944. Green cloth. Original Bobbs Merrill ed, not the Blankston reprint issue. Lacks DJ. Good-, former owner bookplate on front pastedown. Overall rub and shelf soil to boards, general shelfwear to boards and contents. Lacks jacket.
N/A. Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First edition, first printing. 201 pages. Price clipped from jacket flap. Minor wear to extremities of jacket with some small chips and a couple of small tears along top edge.
Good in Good dust jacket. Ex-library copy with typical markings and covered, taped down dustjacket. Other than library markings, interior pages are clean and unmarked. Textblock is tight, with no loose pages or cracking, but the top and bottom bands have separated from the spine. Very light wear to edges and corners. Mild, even toning to interior. Dustjacket has light wear to the edges with a few small tears. Heavy rubbing to dustjacket.; Ex-Library; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 207 pages; RBR Philosophy; acf; black/white, mint green; philcat.
Fine/Near Fine. Stout Octavo 0525934189 1, 168pgs. gray boards, Black spine, gilt lettering. as new. Unclipped pictorial jacket lightly creased along the upper edges, otherwise fine. in fresh mylar sleeve. More than a great novel, "Atlas Shrugged" is an abstract conceptual, and symbolic work that expounds a radical philosophy, presenting a view of man and man's relationship to existence and manifesting the essentials of an entire philosophical system.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Expanded 50th Anniversary Edition. Stated First printing. with full number line. Interior clean and unmarked. Binding tight, square. Page edge s show some faint tanning. A very presentable copy.
Very Good. Dustjacket Good ++ 8 1/2" Tall. Very clean dustjacket with light wear to edges and corners, price-clipped. 254 pages. Moderate forward lean to hardback binding. Light wear to spine-ends and boards' corners of very clean hardback binding. Last 29 pages of a darker yellow than rest of pages o/w very clean pages.
Paul Rand. Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Glossy illustrated boards in dust jacket., no flaws, clean, bright copy, pristine, unused.; japanese translation of english original.; unpaginated. color illustrations throughout. english edition first appeared in 1956. one of a couple of children's books collaborated on by paul and ann rand.; scarce thus.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 202 Pages With The Index. In Very Good Condition. Not Price Clipped. No Remainder Mark. First Edition On The Copyright Page. Name Inscription At The Front Endpaper. Large Heavy Books May Need More Payment For Overseas Delivery.
First Printing. Octavo; full teal cloth, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; 201pp, . Foxing to upper edge of text, with underlining (in ink) scattered throughout text; Very Good+. Dustjacket is unclipped, lightly rubbed, else Fine dustjacket. A collection of essays which first appearled in Rand's monthly magazine The Objectivist.
Good. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. First edition thus. Stated copyright 1933 by Ayn Rand under title "Penthouse Legend" and 1936 by Longmans, Green & Co. Blue wraps, moderate corner, edge wear. Classic title, border, and Longmans' happy-sad faces emblem. Pages very good; name at title page of Sherry Martin, names pencilled at cast of characters, minimal marginalia at four pages. Saddle-stitch bind intact. Ayn Rand's first play, and the only one achieving success in her lifetime. It ran first in Hollywood as "Woman on Trial, " and then on Broadway as "Night of January 16th". The original title was Penthouse Legend. This version, edited by Nathaniel Edward Reeid, was published in play book form for performance by amateur companies. Unique insight into the young mind of Rand. Portable 5" x 7" design. 99 pages. Printed in the United State of America. Insured post.
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