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Introduction to Aristotle

Dinnerparty Antiques

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; cover rubbed with some staining, some check marks.
Materials:
paper/clothbound hardcover
Size:
5" L x 1" W x 7.25" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Introduction to Aristotle, edited by Richard McKeon. New York, Modern Library, 1947. 668 pages plus list of Modern Library titles with decorative endpapers. Hardcover, lacking dust jacket.
As described by Dinnerparty Antiques

About Dinnerparty Antiques

Ralph and Shelli Alter develop their eclectic design concepts from a home base in Indianapolis. Blessed with a motley array of itinerant pickers, finicky painting conservators and an exhaustive nationwide antique show schedule, they constantly replenish the DinnerpARTy Antiques inventory. From the finest in Continental and Midcentury furnishings to delightful accessories and a full-on commitment to the fine arts, their look is fresh, stylish, and constantly re-created.