1955 Trade paperback Gateway Editions Very good. No dust jacket as issued. A couple of scrapes and abrasions on front cover. Binding is tight, pages unbent. Internally clean and
unmarked. 460 p. A classic work on literary criticism by the not adequately remembered philosopher Eliseo Vivas. Vivas explores the works of Dostoyevsky, Kafka, Dreiser and others from a philosophic, Platonist, semiotic point of view, arguing that "art is no mere adornment of human living...but an indispensable factor in making the animal man into a human person. "
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