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New York: James Miller, 1876. First American edition. Original brick cloth, gilt, decorated in black, 270 pp. A collection of five essays. Miss Cobbe was an ardent Anglo-Irish social reformer, a feminist, a radical Unitarian, and a prolific writer ("An Essay on Intuitive Morals", 1855; "Essays on the Pursuits of Women", 1863; "Darwinism in Morals, and Other Essays", 1872; "The Duties of Women", 1881). She met Theodore Parker in Rome in 1859, and edited his posthumous "Collected Works" in 14 volumes (1863-1871). In Fine condition.
Title: The Hopes of the Human Race. Hereafter and Here.
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