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Copy is good, With jacket, hardcover Binding is solid and tight, Jacket has edge wear, Text is unmarked. 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 dust jacket. H1-A 2nd edition hardcover book in very good condition that has bumped corners, light discoloration and shelf wear in poor dust jacket that is mylar protected, significant tears, wrinkling, chipping, crease, and open tears, light discoloration and shelf wear. English Edition. Translator Christopher O'Mahony. 9.75"x8.25", 172 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "The aim of this book is to describe the gflorious adventure which St. Teresa of Jesus embarked on when she answered the call to found a reformation of the Carmelites. Through it the reader can join her on the roads of Castile, la Mancha, and Andalusia and share the pain and the glory of this new birth. It was a noble venture, conducted in manner reminiscent of those saints whom Don Quijote met on his last expedition and who caused him to exclaim: 'These saints professed what I professed-they do battle. But the difference between them and me was that they were saints and fought in Godly fashion, whereas I am a sinner and fight in human fashion'." This book has 176 pages and is profusely illustrated.
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