Fair. 1962. PAPERBACK. An acceptable ex-library copy with usual library markings. Moderate cover wear. Pages have smudges or small stains. Booksavers receives donated books and recycles them in a variety of ways. Proceeds benefit the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in the U.S. and around the world.
Softcover. Octavo. 230pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Bibliography. The Hungarian psychoanalyst and anthropologist Geza Roheim (1891–1953) examines the thoughts, hallucinations, and behaviour of "schizophrenic" patients, in the light of magical myths and practices from a wide variety of cultures. Spine rubbed, creased & faded, wrappers slightly rubbed & creased, small edge tear to front cover, page-edges age-toned, otherwise a solid near-VG.
ISBN. Hardback. No statement of later printing on copyright page. TIGHT SOUND READING COPY ONLY DUE TO pencil marks and notations throughout; dustjacket with chips out at top and base of spine; two open holes in spine (1/2"); some rubs and fading. We have placed dustjacket in a brodart protective cover and it looks much better than described.
Good+ No Jacket. Blue boards with gilt lettering on spine, spine color faded perhaps sunned, light edgewear, no slant, tight binding, clean and unmarked pages, pages no longer bright white but show no age toning either, 230 pages, posthumously edited by Warner Muensterberger with the assistance of S. H. Posinsky, foreword by Sandor Lorand.
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