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QUIRÓS, Cesáreo Bernaldo de.

Modern Theories of Criminality.

Translated from the Spanish by Alfonso de Salvio. With an introduction by Wm. W. Smithers.

Boston: Little Brown, and Company, 1911 Stock Code: 145928
£175.00
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First edition in English (first published in Spanish in 1898), the copy of the American penologist Louis N. Robinson, with his ownership signature dated September 1911 to front pastedown, and his annotations to the text throughout (marginal comments and lines for emphasis).

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Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in gilt.

Condition

Duplicate library stamp of Swarthmore College to front free endpaper. Extremities rubbed, hinges cracked, slight lean to spine, chip to cloth on rear cover. A good copy.

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