London: Oxford University Press, 1960.
Third Edition, Second Impression. Hardcover. 8 7/8" X 5 7/8". lxxxiv, 249pp. Moderate to heavy wear to dust jacket, with many small tears to edges and extremities, chipping to head and tail of spine, faint line creases to rear panel, sunning to spine, and spots of toning to front panel. Green cloth over boards, with upper board and spine stamped in gilt. Mild edgewear to binding. Both hinges appear to have cracked at some point, with text block likely glue-repaired. Binding is very sound and solid now. Previous owner's name to front free endpaper. Pages are clean and unmarked. An admittedly worn but solid and presentable 1960 printing of W. Y. Evans-Wentz' translation of The Bardo Thodol, known in the West as The Tibetan Book of the Dead, as titled by Evans-Wentz. This third edition of the Tibetan guide to the afterlife includes psychological commentary by C. G. Jung. Good / good. Item #5184