HINDE, Robert Aubrey (ed.)
First edition, first impression. Advance review copy with the publisher’s slip laid in. This report on non-verbal communication in humans and animals sets out the findings of a Royal Society study group. It is accompanied by essays “written from the point of view of a linguist, zoologists, psychologists, anthropologists and a drama critic” (flap blurb), as well as an art historian as E. H. Gombrich contributes an essay on action and expression in Western Art.
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Octavo. Original red boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Black and white frontispiece, diagrams and tables in the text. A bright copy in a price-clipped jacket with a few minor marks and light toning to spine panel. Excellent.