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Book Condition: Very Good
Half-leather, marbled paper over brown leather spine with gilt spine titles, 16 by 23.5 cm, 278 pp. plus a 2-page index. Heavy rubbing to the boards and corners and some scratches on the spine. Name stamp of a previous owner, José Maria Tapia (governor of Baja California around 1930), on the half-title page and pages 35, 79, 147, and 243. Leaves are heavily toned. Binding is solid. Text is in Spanish. Inscribed by the author below the frontis portrait to “gran revolucionario” Lt. Col. Francisco Lazcano. Unfortunately, when this copy was bound the binder trimmed off much of the author’s signature. A scarce collection of letters, articles, and essays – most from a Marxist perspective – published from 1902 to 1923.