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Small 8vo. xvii, 334 pp. Color frontis. Original red, green and blue cloth, black-stamped cover title, gilt-stamped spine title; covers lightly soiled, spine ends lightly chipped. Very good. klpf Jeffries was associated with Harvard University. He cites a number of anecdotes including one from Dr. Minder of Berne, Switzerland, who relates a situation where a color blind patient managed to get by well in determining slight shades in the color tones to get by without revealing their colorblindness. (pp. 107-108. See: Eric Wayne Pennington, Approaching the Theater of Antonio Buero Vallejo: Contemporary Literary Analyses from Structuralism to Postmodernism, (2010), p. 279.
Title: Color-Blindness: Its Dangers and its Detection. Revised and enlarged edition.
Publisher: Boston:, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1885.: 1885
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