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DESAN, WILFRID. - The Marxism of Jean-Paul Sartre.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company 1965. 1st Edition, so stated. Hardbound 8vo (8.5 inches tall) 320 pages. Bibliography, index. Description: Dust jacket design by Ben Shahn. The publisher's blurb reads: ''Wilfrid Desan, author of The Tragic Finale, a widely acclaimed analysis of Being and Nothingness, here applies the same technique to a book he believes equally important and far more inaccessible even to the reader of French because of the obscurity of its style. He begins with a description of the evolution of Sartre's social thought to its mature expression in the Critique, discussing those elements in Marx and in Hegel that he considers important for the understanding of Sartre. Then he proceeds to an examination of the introduction to the Critique, published in this country under the title A Search for Method, and thence to the core of the book.'' BINDING/CONDITION: light blue cloth with navy blue at the spine; this is an EX-LIBRARY copy with all the usual markings, and a spine label on the jacket; the jacket is reinforced on the reverse side with white tape; a sound reading copy; the jacket is Very Good and quite presentable other than the spine label. ISBN: 00071
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 | £UK 7.75 | JP¥ 1116] Booknumber: 064978

Total: USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 | £UK 7.75 | JP¥ 1116]

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