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Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson (Revised - de Salzmann) (Out of Print)
by Gurdjieff, G.I.
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: A5079, A5079
Arkana 1993, fourth printing. isbn 0670841250. "Translator's note (1993): This revision of the 1950 translation was begun in the mid-1950s on the initiative of Jeanne de Saltzmann, Gurdjieff's foremost pupil, and with her participation in the earlier years. The revision team included members of the Gurdjieff Foundation in New York, aided by members of the Gurdjieff Society (London) and the Institut Gurdjieff (Paris), as well as Triangle Editions. Publication of the original Russian manuscript, initially in a Canadian edition, will soon close a gap in the publication history of 'Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson' and invite further study." NOTE: Extra shipping charges apply for Priorioty and International orders. Book itself is in VG+ to Near Fine condition, excepting a small ink marking on the front end paper "PCP 2002" and a small piece of dust jacket residue from a damp-stain on the bottom rear of the dust jacket. The jacket is in VG condition with aforementioned circular dampstain on bottom rear of jacket, measuring about 1 inch. Jacket not price-clipped, but has a light crease at the base of the inside front flap and one at the top of the inside rear flap. Photos available upon request. Overall, a very attractive copy with clean and bright text block, crisp red marker ribbon, and solid binding.
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