London: Turnstile Press, 1954. First Edition. Bronowski's Italia Award-winning radio play, first produced in 1947 -- a meditation on the nature of political violence, spawned by Bronowski's experiences as a Polish Jew in the Second World War. Uncommon signed. Octavo (20cm). Black cloth boards; dustjacket; 128pp. Signed by Bronowski on front endpaper, dated 1974. Some typical offsetting to endpapers, else a fine copy of the book in fresh-appearing jacket with a small (2cm) bruise and chip at base of front panel; Very Good. (Inventory #: 29314)
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