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ZENNARO, Silvio. Coup d'œil sur les incendies de Constantinople.
Constantinople : 1871First and only edition, presentation copy of this extremely rare pamphlet written in response to the 1870 Pera fire (the "Harik-i kabir"), inscribed by the author "A Mr. le Profr. Marzolo, hommage" on the front wrapper. This must be Francesco Marzolo (1818-1880), who taught medicine at the University of Padua, rather than his more famous brother, Paolo,... Learn More£675.00
Stock Code: 120555
SHLAKMAN, Vera. Economic History of a Factory Town.
Northampton, Massachusetts : First edition, uncommon in commerce, of the celebrated economist's key analysis of women factory workers in the 1800s, more generally an important microeconomic study of an American industrial town and her first and last book. The small thesis note pasted above the imprint on the title page states that it was entered as part of Shlakman's doctorate... Learn More£475.00
Stock Code: 140360
TRISTAN, Flora. Promenades dans Londres.
Paris : 1840First edition, notably rare, of the revolutionary French socialist and feminist's critique of London following her 1839 visit to England, emphasising the city's poverty crisis as a symptom of the English capitalist system, and written in the fluent reportorial style for which Tristan became best known. WorldCat locates just six copies in institutional... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 127491
HUTT, Allen. This Final Crisis.
London : 1935First edition, first impression. Allen Hutt (1901-1973) journalist and political activist. "After a spell at the International Lenin School and two years as chief sub-editor at the newly launched Daily Worker (1930-32), Hutt produced a series of books on British working-class politics, most of them developing historical narratives which seemingly culminated... Learn More£85.00
Stock Code: 96264
CARPENTER, Edward. Love's Coming-of-Age.
Manchester : 1896First edition of this popular collection of essays by the philosopher, poet, and early activist for gay rights Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), considered "unique because as well as documenting the material conditions of women under capitalism, it mapped the inner life of struggle and personal transformation involved in realising the 'new life' under socialism"... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 129405