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In Search of Mind: Essays in Autobiography (The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Series)

By: Bruner, Jerome

Price: $7.00  $5.60

Publisher: Harper & Row: 1983

Edition: Book Club (BCE/BOMC)

Seller ID: 2288033

ISBN: 0063370352

Condition: Very Good


Jacket spine head and spine base rubbed, jacket flaps lightly toned. Address labels on front endpapers, owner's stamp on front and rear endpapers, minor highlighting. 1983 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. xii, 306 pp. The eminent psychologist reflects on the course of his work, examines the development of the study of psychology and his substantial contributions to its growth, and provides a glimpse of himself as thinker, teacher, and student of the mind. View more info

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In Search of Mind: Essays in Autobiography (The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Series)

By: Bruner, Jerome

Price: $6.00  $4.80

Publisher: Harper & Row: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2288034

ISBN: 0060151919

Condition: Very Good


First edition. Half-inch by half-inch chip to jacket spine base, jacket edges rubbed, front jacket flap price-clipped. 1983 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. xii, 306 pp. The eminent psychologist reflects on the course of his work, examines the development of the study of psychology and his substantial contributions to its growth, and provides a glimpse of himself as thinker, teacher, and student of the mind. View more info

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Soul on Ice

By: Cleaver, Eldridge; Gismar, Maxwell

Price: $9.00  $7.20

Publisher: Delta: 1968

Edition: 6th Printing

Seller ID: 2266364

ISBN: 0440181631

Condition: Very Good


Sixth printing. Spine faintly creased, wrappers and page ridges faintly foxed. 1968 Trade Paperback. xv, 210 pp. Soul On Ice is a memoir and collection of essays by Eldridge Cleaver. Originally written in Folsom State Prison in 1965, and published three years later in 1968, it is Cleaver's best known writing and remains a seminal work in African-American literature.[1][2] The treatises were first printed in the nationally-circulated monthly Ramparts and became widely read (even praised by Norman Mailer) for their illustration and commentary on Black America. Throughout his narrative, Cleaver d... View more info