Very Good in Good dust jacket. 0226729486. Sound binding and hinges. Clean, off-white pages. Cloth over boards has light edge rubbing and gently bumped corners. DJ has light edge wear, overall shelf wear, slight fading at spine.; In-depth presentation of the creation of a poem by a major contemporary poet.; 9.5" tall; 448 pages.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo. 440 pp. Orange cloth. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Slight shelfwear to boards. Jacket rubbed and worn with a few small tears to extremities. Previous owner's name to front free endpaper.
GOOD. Orange cloth hardcover in dust jacket; U of Chicago Press, 1979; multi-page newspaper article about this book is laid in. Book cover is like new except bows out just slightly. Page edges have slight foxing. A few pages have notes/underlining. Dust jacket has slight wear. **We provide professional service and individual attention to your order, daily shipments, and sturdy packaging. FREE TRACKING WITHIN USA. OVERSEAS ORDERS-FREE UPGRADE TO PRIORITY ENVELOPE.
Near Fine. Based on his clinical research, the author contends that creativity is a conscious, rational, adaptive process that, in reverse of dreaming, reveals rather than conceals; he presents evidence that the ability to supercede ordinary logic is at the root of the creative process (orange & white cover with black lettering is slightly sunned; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy in near fine condition; in stock & available for immediate shipment)
This very good condition hardback would have been rated FINE, but for prior owner's name front free end paper, slight cover wear and light markings, apparently confined to the first 16 pages. Illustrations as NEW, binding tight. Photograph is SPECIFIC TO THIS LISTING. 6 1/4 x 9 1/2". Hardback, 13 Chapters, Notes + index. 440 pages. This is a VERY SERIOUS ACADEMIC TOME. From the Preface: "This is a book of findings. It has grown out of work with some very creative personal and out of a collaborative tracing of an evanescent, intractable, and unpredictable phenomenon...." Although nearly all aspects of his book are FINE, the few instances of neat underlining in the first few pages make the price highly advantageous.
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