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H.G. Wells The Anatomy of Frustration   

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The Anatomy of Frustration

Wells, H.G.

New York




(8vo) original red cloth, dust jacket. First Edition. 

Also included are the original three issues of Harper's Magazine in which the work first appeared: April-June, 1936. 

This is the first of three installments which attempt to present a summary and critique of the life-work of William Burroughs Steele. Steele was an American business man who, subsequent to retiring after the First World War, spent his life working on a comprehensive study of mankind and its aspirations and follies, producing a gargantuan treatise called The Anatomy of Frustration—a treatise previously not published in its entirety.

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jacket price-clipped with some chipping to edges; near fine volume in very good or better jacket; Harper's magazines very good.

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