Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo-over 7 3/4"-9 3/4" Tall Used A solid copy, in reddish-brown cloth with black spine titling, 8vo, 371pp. Article about Flammarion pasted to inside cover, (minimal shelfwear, light browning, chiefly to edges and endpapers, bookplate. )
Chapter titles: I. The Postive Method. II. Phantasms of the Living. III. Thought as a Generator of Images Projected to a Distance. IV. Apparitions of the Dying Some Time before Death. V. Manifestations of the Dying Some Time Before Death (Other than Apparitions). VI. The Visioning of Death Scenes. VII. Various Warnings Preceding or Announcing Death. VIII. Mental Impressions of Deaths or Accidents at a Distance (Without Physical Phenomena). IX. Deaths Announced by Noises, Blows Struck, by an Unexplained Uproar, by Physical Phenomena. X. Between Life and Death-Intermediate Occurrences in which the Influence of the Living May Still Exist. XI. Manifestations of the Dying at the Moment of Death (Exclusive of Apparitions). XII. Apparitions of the Dying at the Moment of Death. Pp.393, occasional very light marginal spotting, closed edges of pages darkened, endpapers loose. Brown cloth, gilt title to spine, edges rubbed. G+.
Good. Good octavo hardcover in orange cloth binding without dust jacket. Light wear and rubbing to edges of boards with bumping to head and heel of spine and lower corners of both covers with light scuffing to covers. Few minor white spots on lower edge of front cover. Page edges are lightly browned. Stamp and tag on front free endpaper. 393 pages with few footnotes. A study of spiritualism of the noted French author and part-time astronomer, Camille Flammarion (1842-1925).
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