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COMPUTER SIMULATION OF PERSONALITY, FRONTIER OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY, ED. BY SILVAN S. TOMKINS AND SAMUEL MESSICK

Silvan S. (Silvan Solomon) Tomkins

Published by Wiley, New York, 1963
ISBN 10: 0871523132 / ISBN 13: 9780871523136
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Title: COMPUTER SIMULATION OF PERSONALITY, FRONTIER...

Publisher: Wiley, New York

Publication Date: 1963

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: First Edition.

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Previous owner's name on first free end paper. Pages are otherwise unmarked. Light wear to cloth at spine ends and corners. Binding is square and tight. Green cloth boards are overall clean but lightly worn along edges, spine ends and corners. Text block is lightly soiled. No dust jacket. Pictures provided upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 17860

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Synopsis: This book presents insightful correspondence from a New Yorker among the Hamptons on the eve of war. Moving among intellectual circles that included Francis Lieber, Charles Francis Adams, Samuel Gridley, and Julia Ward Howe, Sally Baxter (1833-1862) was the beautiful New York belle who captivated William Makepeace Thackeray, personifying his heroine Beatrix Esmond, and who then married Frank Hampton of the famous South Carolina family and became mistress of Woodlands plantation. She left a small collection of letters to her New York relations that are both informative and entertaining. In a clear and uninhibited style, she tells the poignant story of her short life as she reports on social events and plantation life and records her observations on local politics and the impending Civil War.

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Moving among intellectual circles that included Francis Lieber, Charles Francis Adams, Samuel Gridley, and Julia Ward Howe, Sally Baxter (1833-1862) was the beautiful New York belle who captivated William Makepeace Thackeray, personifying his heroine Beatrix Esmond, and who then married Frank Hampton of the famous South Carolina family and became mistress of Woodlands plantation. Hampton left a small collection of letters to her New York relations that are both informative and entertaining. In a clear and uninhibited style, she tells the poignant story of her short life as she reports on social events and plantation life and records her observations on local politics and the impending Civil War.

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