Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Journal. Orangish-brown and white wraps, 8vo. Edited by Stephen R. Graubard. 193pp. Contributors are: Leo Steinberg, Susan P. Gill, Alistair C. Crombie, Gerald Holton, Howard Gardner, Daniel C. Dennett, Anthony Smith, Stanley Cavell, Leon Cooper, Samuel Edgerton and Victor Weisskopf. NF. Slightest of wear rear corners, spine ends.
Good with no dust jacket. Square, tight copy with bright pages that have some underlining. General shelfwear to wrappers. Contents: Carol Gluck, "The Idea of Showa"; Masataka Kosaka, "The Showa Era (1926-1989)"; John W. Dower, "The Useful War"; Chalmers Johnson, "The People Who Invented the Mechanical Nightingale"; Makoto Iokibe, "Japan Meets the United States for the Second Time"; Herbert Passin, "The Occupation-Some Reflections"; Chikashi Moriguchi, "Rice and Melons-Japanese Agriculture in the Showa Era"; Michio Muramatsu, "Bringing Politics Back into Japan"; Shinichi Kitaoka, "Diplomacy and the Military in Showa Japan"; Shoichi Royama, "Money and the Japanese"; Edward J. Lincoln, "The Showa Economic Experience"; William W. Kelly, "Regional Japan: The Price of Prosperity and the Benefits of Dependency"; David W. Plath, "My-Car-isma: Motorizing the Showa Self"; Masakazu Yamazaki, "The Intellectual Community of the Showa Era": J. Thomas Rimer, "High Culture in the Showa Period"; Edward Seidensticker, "How They Have Looked to Us."; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 298 pages.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Square, tight binding. Clean, bright pages. Color plates of Indian art in center. Wrappers have light shelf wear. Contents: Nandy, "The Political Culture of the Indian State"; Kumar, "The Past and Present: An Indian Dialogue"; Kothari, "The Indian Enterprise Today"; Laxman, "Freedom to Cartoon, Freedom to Speak"; Correa, "The Public, the Private, and the Sacred"; Madan, "Religion in India"; Vaidyanathan, "Authority and Identity in India"; Patel, "Contemporary Indian Painting"; Desai, "Indian Fiction Today"; Graubard, "An Interview with R. K. Narayan"; Ramanujan, "Telling Tales"; Das, "Voices of Children"; Rarnanujan and Dharwadker (eds. ), "Sixteen Modern Indian Poems"; Kamad, "Theatre in India"; Bhargava and Chakrabarti, "Of India, Indians, and Science"; Sen, "Indian Development: Lessons and Non-Lessons." Contents of Volume 118. 10" (25.4 cm) tall; 392 pages.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Square, sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Light handling wear. Contents: Holton, Einstein and the Cultural Roots of Modern Science. Galison, The Americanization of Unity. Daston, Fear and Loathing of the Imagination in Science. Doniger and Spinner, Misconceptions: Female Imaginations and Male Fantasies in Parental Imprinting. Wilson, Consilience Among the Great Branches of Learning. Weinberg, Physics and History. Friedrich and Herschbach, Space Quantization: Otto Stern's Lucky Star. Gombrich, Eastern Inventions and Western Response. Ackerman, Leonardo da Vinci: Art in Science. Graham, Educational Dilemmas for Americans.; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 236 pages.
Good with No dust jacket as issued. Binding stressed but holding. General light shelfwear to wraps. Small amount of writing on table of contents. Thematic issue exploring social and psychological issues surrounding early adolescence.; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 250 pages.
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