London: Thames And Hudson, 1950.
1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Item #003789
8vo (215 x 138 mm). , 282 pp., frontispiece photographic portrait. Publisher's blue cloth, printed dust jacket (somewhat frayed at head, 5 cm long tear without loss at foot of lower wrapper, extremities a bid rubbed). Text clean and bright throughout. Provenance: C. Sharp (bookplate to front pastedown). A near fine copy. ----
FIRST EDITION, WITH THE RARE DUST-JACKET. This wide-ranging collection of short essays indicates that Albert Einstein's life and work are not confined to the problems of science alone; he is endowed with the awareness of the most urgent questions of modern society: Social, religious, education and racial relationships such as "The Negro Question" and "Why Do They Hate the Jews?"
The London edition is much rarer than the New York edition (Philosophical Library) published the same year. This book was released in a number of cloth and dust jacket variants with bibliographic uncertainties regarding priority order. - Visit our website to see more images!
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