Education: How Old the New.

By: Walsh, James J.

Price: $16.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

8vo - 22 x 15 cm.; viii - 459 pp. Deep red cloth with gilt lettering on spine and a gilt Fordham University Press device on front board. The head text block edge is trimmed whilst the fore and tail edges are not as issued. First published in 1910, this is the second impression. Several page edges (fore and tail) are unopened. Two introductory quotes on page 2 caught my eye. "Nothing is now said which was not said before" - Terence; followed by "May they perish who said our good things before us" - Donatus' comment to St. Jerome upon reading the line from Terence. (Gives rise to a discrete chuckle.) The library markings consist of a gilt number on the lower spine and library stamps on the front paste down end paper and the bottom of the title page. Otherwise the volume is very clean showing only mild shelf wear to the boards.; Ex-Library

Title: Education: How Old the New.

Author Name: Walsh, James J.

Categories: Education - General,

Publisher: New York, Fordham University Press.: 1911

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 19282

Keywords: Catholic; Education; Pedagogy; Teaching; Learning; University; Feminine; Medicine; Medical; Schools; Colleges; New Englandism; Modernity; Scholasticism;