Mental Disorder and the Criminal Law: A Study in Medico-Sociological Jurisprudence, with an appendix of state legislation and interpretive decisions
by Glueck, S. Sheldon
Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Inscribed by the author to noted criminologist L. Vernon Briggs on a compliments card affixed to the fly leaf. 1925, First Edition. Hardcover, original green cloth, gilt title. 693 pp. Very Good. Spine titles faded; evidence of bookplate removal on a front blank and rear pastedown; pencil underlining to 3 pages, otherwise unmarked. Inscribed by the author to Briggs, a fellow sociologist who was best known for his 1921 book 'The Manner of Man that Kills' a study of 3 murderers. (Inventory #: 0083387)
Literature, Arts & Photography, Western Pennsylvania, General Scholarly
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