Lewis, Clive Staples. The Abolition of Man or Reflections on Education with Special Reference to the Teaching of English in the Upper Forms of Schools by C. S. Lewis. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1947. [vi; 61 pages] Dust jacket blue and white, front fold-over trimmed by the publisher, price of $1.25 intact. Bound in black cloth with white lettering on the spine. Both book and dust jacket are fine, almost as new. Slight damp stain at the foot of the jacket. No paper loss. The University of Durham, Riddell Memorial Lectures, Fifteenth Series. With a quote on the title page: “ The Master said, He who sets to work on a different strand destroys the whole fabric. — Confucius, Analects II, 16.” With bibliographic footnotes and a concluding appendix on “Illustrations of the Tao.”
The Pilgrim’s Regress An Allegorical Apology for Christianity Reason and Romanticism by C S Lewis.
P G Wodehouse The Prince and Betty January 1912 First Edition