Le Comité de Surveillance de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Saint-Esprit-Les-Bayonne.  
  Procès-verbaux et correspondance, 11 Octobre 1793 - 30 Fructidor an II.  

Author Ginsburger, Ernest / Cuzacq, René [Intr.]
Place of Publication Paris
Publication Name Librairie Lipschutz
Year 1934
Language(s) French
EXTREMELY RARE account of the debate around the French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau during the first years of the French revolution, which ended with the re-burial of his remains in the Panthéon. Written by Ernest Ginsburger, a grammarian, historian and chief Rabbi of France. 280x195mm. XI+338 pages. Quarter-cloth rebound Hardcover. Cover and spine rubbed, scratched, dirty and slightly stained. Cover slightly curved. Cover edges and corners, and spine edges worn and peeling. Cover corners and spine edges bumped. Parts of original spine pasted on rebound spine. Ex-library copy with stamp on front whitepage. Several wormholes on front inner cover bottom corner and single wormhole on inner cover bottom corner. Single small wormhole penetrating the bottom corner of few first and last pages - NO damage to text. Inner cover and whitepages age-stained. Text block edges stained. Pages bottom corner bumped/wrinkled. Several pages bottom Pages yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare work on the revolutionary acceptance of Rousseau is in good reading condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 643 008

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