The Slavophile Controversy ; History of a Conservative Utopia in Nineteenth Century Russian Thought. Andrzej WALICKI.

The Slavophile Controversy ; History of a Conservative Utopia in Nineteenth Century Russian Thought

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975. First English Translation. Hardcover 16mo (22 x 14.5cm), pp. viii, 609, [3, blank]; navy cloth covered boards with lettering in gilt on the spine; mustard dust wrapper with lettering in brown.

Head and tail of spine very gently pushed; corners a little rounded; top edge of text block a touch dust toned, fore and bottom edges lightly foxed, bottom corner lightly scuffed; dust wrapper has caused faint toning to endpapers; endpapers, first and last pages are foxed; previous owner’s name in the top corner of the second title page; pages a touch yellowed with age, occasional spotting at the outer margins, otherwise mostly clean and bright throughout; unclipped dust wrapper is gently scuffed; spine is sunned with three small marks a third of the way down, head is a touch creased; sticker has been removed and caused light abrasions at the top corner of the front cover. Item #1044

Andrzej Walicki is a Polish historian. In this volume he provides an historical analysis, in a broad comparative setting, of the origins and development of Slavophile thought.

Price: $120.00

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