Rights of Man

By: PAINE, Thomas

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The American founding father won fame for his pamphlet 'Common Sense' which was a major factor in shaping American public opinion during the Revolution. He later made his way to France where he was a supporter of the French Revolution and where he wrote this treatise on human rights. Illustrated in color by Lynd Ward and with an introduction by Paine scholar Howard Fast. --- An impressive, beautifully-produced volume, bound in full olive leather covers with elaborate decorations and titling in gilt on covers and spine. With five raised bands on spine and all three edges in bright gilt. Interior with rich lavender silk moire endpapers and matching satin ribbon bookmark. --- With fading to edges of moire endpapers, and just a touch of rubbing to cover edges; else a clean, bright, firm copy. Lacks a dust jacket (as issued).; 4to 11" - 13" tall; xvi, 269 pages

Title: Rights of Man

Author Name: PAINE, Thomas

Categories: >>Fine Bindings, >>Illustrated Classics, >>European History,

Publisher: Norwalk, Connecticut, U.S.A., The Easton Press: 1979

Binding: Leather

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 76534