New York NY, Harper & Row, 1964, hardcover, 180 pp, first edition stated, first printing by letter code, Very Good in Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean, name on front endpaper, wear to spine ends. Dustjacket price-clipped, edge nicks, short edge tears, spine darkened, small scuff to front panel, in new Brodart sleeve. "William Zinsser pleads for our right to be disorganized in an increasingly organized society--or at least to be ourselves and not everybody else."
Very Good/Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 180 pages. Previous owner's name on the front endpaper. A very good, clean, neat hard cover first edition with minor shelf wear, hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. In a good dust jacket with the back strip darkened and light soiling.
Good in good dust jacket. 1966. 190 pages. Pictorial jacket over red boards. Neat clean pages with light tanning and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Light water marks to front text block up to page 9. Some pencil annotations to endpaper. Light marks to page edges. Some rubbing to the board edges and wear to the spine ends. One or two marks to front and rear boards. Jacket is mildly rub worn with medium tears and chips to edges. Large tear to front of cover. Mild rub wear and bleaching to spine. Sticker to front of cover. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1491390447AL (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
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