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Sale 2514 Lot 6
EDWARD CARPENTER (1844-1929)
Woman, and her Place in a Free Society * Sex-Love, and Its Place in a Free Society * An Unknown People.
Together, 3 pamphlets bound in 1. 8vo, contemporary gilt-lettered brown cloth, faded; scattered foxing. The first two titles printed in Manchester, England: The Labour Press Society Limited, 1894; "An Unknown People, Reprinted from the Reformer." London: Bonner, 1897.
Estimate $600 - 900
The English poet, socialist and philosopher Edward Carpenter
was an early advocate for equality. His work influenced Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves, E. M. Forster, and D. H. Lawrence, among many others.