THE MARXISM OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE.
Edition: First printing.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1965. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - An analysis of Sartre's 'Critique de la Raison Dialeticque" - a title mostly unavailable in English at the time this was published - but one which Desan believes is "equally important and far more inaccessible even to the reader of French because of the obscurity of its style. He begins with a description of the evolution of Sartre's social thought to its mature expression in the Critique, discussing those elements in Marx and in Hegel that he considers important for the understanding of Sartre. Then he proceeds to an examination of the introduction to the Critique, published in this country under the title A Search for Method, and thence to the core of the book." INSCRIBED on the title page to the noted Oklahoma book collector Larry Owens. Bibliography, index, xiii, 320 pp. Dust jacket design by Ben Shahn.
Condition: Very near fine in a near fine dustjacket (some rubbing to the folds of the dj).