G.B. Vico - the Making of an Anti-Modern

Staring down the modern world in 18th century Italy; inscribed by the author to Daniel and Pearl Bell, the former figures in the acknowledgements 'for encouragement during my many years of writing.'

Publisher: Harvard University Press. First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: Cambridge, MA
Fine in dustwrapper. Laid in is a handwritten invitation to the launch for the Bells, 17 May 1993, and photocopies of two reviews.

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