314 page(includes index) hardcover, with no dust jacket. Red cloth boards have light wear to corners and extremeties. Silver lettering to the front and the spine. no nameplate or any other marks. No tears and no creases. Tight binding-clean pages-no tears-no creases. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Women and the Revolution
Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.
Publication Date: 1939
Book Condition: Very good
Edition: 1st Edition.
Book Description Dutton, 1939, 1939. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First. Hardcover. Very Good. First. Seller Inventory # 051458
Book Description 1939. Hardcover. Condition: VG. 1939, Dutton, First Edition, HB (no dj) 314pp, VG (front endpaper darkened, front cover and spine have some spotting). Seller Inventory # 1665
Book Description E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc, New York, 1939. 314p., hardbound first American edition in cloth boards lettered in silver-foil, cloth a bit abraded with a time- and handling-worn spine (title rubbed) and slight fraying of rims; within, find a few scattered small stains to endsheet and prelims, a sound copy free of ownership or other markings. Author dedicated the book to Emma Goldman and makes reference to "My own Marxist comrades of the P.O.U.M." Includes two chapters on women and the Spanish Civil War. *Egbert p. 395. Seller Inventory # 118080
Book Description E. P. Dutton & Co. 1939, 1939. first edition ed. hardback very good condition (pen gift inscription) in a somewhat worn dust jacket with a large chip on the front. Seller Inventory # 61741
Book Description Dutton, NY, 1939. First American edn. 8vo, Pp. 314. some staining on cover, o/w a nice tight copy. Written" to interest the woman who is not politically minded in the idea of social revolution- to show her what has been achieved for women in the past and is likely to achieve for women in the future." Dedicated to Emma Goldman. Seller Inventory # 21039
Book Description Secker & Warburg, 1938. First Edition. A fine copy (ink name fep) in a vg++ d.w., lacking lower 2cm. spine, spine darkened. Seller Inventory # 39245
Book Description 1938. London: Secker & Warburg 1938. 8vo. Orig. cloth. Printed title label. viii 314pp. Mild foxing toward front and back end-papers. NOTE: Outlines the history and future of women's revolution. Seller Inventory # 235775
Book Description E.P. Dutton & Co, New York, 1939. Hardcover. 314p., first American edition, one corner bumped else very good condition in a shelf worn dj: small chips to edges, splits along foldlines (now in an archival-grade brodart to size). Author dedicated the book to Emma Goldman and makes reference to "My own Marxist comrades of the P.O.U.M." Includes two chapters on women and the Spanish Civil War. *Egbert p. 395. Seller Inventory # 52787
Book Description Dutton, NY, 1939. First US Edn. 8vo, Pp. 314. A VG copy. OP. Dedicated to anarchist Emma Goldman, this "identifies the enemy as the Capitalistic state which exploits man and woman alike."[Blain p. 709]. While disavowing the politics of Stalin, Mannin asserts the need of a worker's state to create a Libertarian Society. Seller Inventory # 8496