Fair. Good as reading copy only, hardcover, no DJ, cover shows mild wear, binding is unglued from covers, text has some markings, book has exowner inscription, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Very Good in Poor jacket. 4to. 125 pp. Dustjacket has tears on the edges with the upper portion of the rear dustjacket missing and a small piece missing from tyhe top front edge. Browning to page edges. Inscription on first page.
Very Good. 125 pages. 100 evocative black and white photographs. "A celebration of music, love, and religious ecstasy."-Alex Comfort. Offers a vision of the infinite moods of sexuality, as captured in stone by sculptors during the eleventh to thirteenth centuries in India. "The substantial interpretive text by Alan Watts fills out for the reader the cultural context in which Konarak and other temples were built. A fascinating and authoritative work."-Publishers Weekly. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. Nice tight copy.
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