Mary Wollstonecraft and the Beginnings of Female Emancipation in France and England, Jacob Bouten, Amsterdam, 1922
Mary Wollstonecraft and the Beginnings of Female Emancipation in France and England, Jacob Bouten, Amsterdam, 1922. Doctorate Thesis.
Text is in English, except for an introductory paragraph in Dutch on the title page, which translates to English as:
Academic dissertation to be awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters and Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam on the authority of the Rector Magnificus Dr P. Zeeman, Professor in the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, to be publicly defended in the auditorium of the university on Friday 17 Nov 1922 in the afternoon at 4 o'clock. Jacob Bouten, Born in Dordrecht.
Provenance; from the library of the late William St Clair (1937 - 2021), British historian, academic and author. His signature to first free endpaper. Please see our other listings for related works.
Published 1922 - H.J. Paris V H Firma A.H. Kruyt, Amsterdam. Extremely scarce - Worldcat only identifies 2 copies worldwide, both in German libraries. Possibly self published?
A fair to good black cloth hardback with gilt titles. Cover a bit bumped and worn. Inner joints are cracked and text block is therefore loose in the binding. Age discoloration to endpapers. 3cm closed tear to dedication page - blank section at top. Text is nice and clean throughout.
184pp. Includes a 2pp bibliography at rear.
Weight approximately 680g unpacked.
Dimensions approximately 248mm high x 183mm wide x 35mm deep.