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David Hume: Scotland's Greatest Son, A Transcript of the Lecture Given at Edinburgh University, April 1961 (19/50)
Hugh MacDiarmid (pseudonym of Christopher Grieve)
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Notes: Very Good, SIGNED, Limited Edition, no. 19 of 50 copies printed, oblong 8vo, 6 1/2" x 8 1/2." No date, c. 1961. White paper wrappers with staple binding. Black lettering on front. No lettering to spine. Covers have minuscule edge wear, a slight wrinkle in lower-right corner of fore-edge, and a small faint stain on front, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages have a small wrinkle in lower-right corner, else clean and intact. Signed in blue ink by author Hugh MacDiarmid on inside of back cover. Colophon printed on inside of back cover with number in black ink: "This edition is limited to 50 copies; Copy No, 19." 19 pp. A lecture about David Hume (1711-1776), a Scottish Enlightenment philosopher. Lecture by Christopher Grieve (1892-1978), a Scottish poet, journalist, essayist, and political figure who played a significant role in the Scottish Renaissance. Grieve wrote under the pen name, Hugh MacDiarmid. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.