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1879 copy of William Hurrell Mallock's philosophy text "Is Life Worth Living?" Fair to good condition for its age, with some wear to spine though pages remain firmly fixed to spine. Rare, highly collectible, and a good read.

For those who'd like a little more history on Mr. Mallock, it was his "A Human Document, A Novel" that was turned into a popular art book called the Humument by Tom Phillips in the 70s, and it has since been reprinted in perpetuity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Hurrell_Mallock#Biography

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Is Life Worth Living, by William Hurrell Mallock, 1879


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
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