The Glass Curtain Between Asia and Europe: A Symposium on the Historical Encounters and the Changing Attitudes of the Peoples of the East and the West. Raghavan Iyer, The Dalai Lama, Foreword.

The Glass Curtain Between Asia and Europe: A Symposium on the Historical Encounters and the Changing Attitudes of the Peoples of the East and the West

London: Oxford University Press, 1965.

Hardcover. 8 3/4" X 5 5/8". 356pp. Blue cloth over boards, with spine lettered in faded gilt. Scattered rubbing and staining to cloth, with moderate edgewear and personal library label to spine. Foxing and dust soiling to edges of text block. Binding is sound. Mostly pencilled notations and underlining throughout. Contributors include C. S. Venkatachar, Geoffrey Hudson, John Campbell, Philip Sherrard, S. V. Utechin, Evan Luard, Richard Storry, A. H. Somjee, John Parker, Geoffrey Lewis, Robert Shackleton, Ronald Taylor, George Bearce, Henri Brugmans, Wang Gungwu, Hajime Nakamura, Hugh Tinker, Joseph Needham, Robert Lawson Slater, and Raghavan Iyer, with sections focusing on The Historical Context, Changing Attitudes, and Towards Co-Existence, with a dialogue between Raghavan Iyer and Arnold Toynbee, a bibliography, and notes on contributors. Good. Item #1693

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