The Discoverers, A History of Man's Search to Know His World and Himself
by Boorstin, Daniel J.
New York: Random House, 1983. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/near fine. First printing. 745 pp, indexed. Light dust soiling to top edge of text block, upper corner of front board bumped; all else very good or better. In a clean, priced dust jacket with minimal edgewear. Briefly inscribed "with admiration" and signed "Dan Boortstin" on the front free endpaper. First book in Boorstins's "Knowledge Trilogy," which also includes The Creators and The Seekers. Boorstin won a Pulitzer Prize for his earlier work, The Americans. (Inventory #: 17627)
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