Non-Verbal Communication.Cambridge, University Press, 1972 Stock Code: 112867
NotesFirst 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.
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.
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