1963-1992 A Collection of Modern Works on the Theme of Sex and Biology
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First Edition, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper
Seventeen volumes. A collection of works on the biology and relationships of man and animal alike, with reference to sex and reproduction. Previously held in the library of Desmond Morris, an English zoologist, ethologist, and painter, known as a popular author of human sociobiology. This set includes: The Origin of Man and His Culture, 1963. First edition. Written by Stephen Fuchs, an Austrian Catholic priest and anthropologist. Attraction and Hostility: An Experimental Analysis of Interpersonal and Self Evaluation, 1966. First edition. Written by Albert Pepitone, an American professor. An Analysis of Human Sexual Responses, 1967. First edition. Written by Ruth and Edward Brecher, American science writers and authors. Man's Behaviour: An Introduction to Social Science, 1967. First edition. Written by Jules Karlin, an American professor and writer. Pairing: How to Achieve Genuine Intimacy, 1970. Written by Dr. George R. Bach, an American clinical psychologist, and Ronald M. Deutsch, an American science writer. The Sexes: The Fascinating Story of Reproduction from Single-Celled Life to Man, 1970. Written by Donald E. Carr, an American journalist, writer, research chemist, and environmentalist. The Human Imperative, 1972. First edition. Written by Alexander Alland, a Russian-born anthropologist and professor at Columbia University. Person to Person: A Survey of the Intimate Personal Confrontational Business, 1973. First edition. Written by Derek Bowskill, a British science writer. The Human Pedigree, 1975. First edition. Written by Anthony Smith, a British journalist and science writer. Getting On and Getting Off, 1976. First edition. Written by Derek Bowskill, a British science writer. Deliver Us From Love, 1977. Written by Suzanne Brogger, a Danish writer, novelist, poet, and journalist. Translated from the Danish by Thomas Teal, a British translator and writer. Sex Roles: Biological, Psychological, and Social Foundations, 1977. Written by Shirley Weitz, an American science writer. The Evolving Brain, 1978. Illustrated throughout. Written by Tony Buzan, an English author and educational consultant, and Terence Dixon, a British writer. Man & Beast: The Natural and Unnatural History of British Mammals, 1983. First edition. Written by Ron Freethy, an English writer, historian, and scientist. Men in Groups, 1984. Second edition. Written by Lionel Tiger, a Canadian anthropologist and professor. With a foreword by Desmond Morris. Nostalgia and Sexual Difference: The Resistance to Contemporary Feminism, 1987. Written by Janice Doane and Devon Hodges, American feminist theorists. Anatomy of Love: The Natural History of Monogamy, Adultery, and Divorce, 1992. First edition. Written by Helen Elizabeth Fisher, an American anthropologist and human behaviour researcher.
In the original cloth binding. Externally, very smart with light shelf wear and minor bumping to the extremities. Original dust wrappers are also smart with light shelf wear and chipping to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean with the odd handling mark or pencil annotation. Previous owner's bookplate to the front pastedown.
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