The Soul of the White Ant


Eugene N. Marais,the South African scientist,poet and scholar who died in 1936, was a pioneer in the now prominent field of animal behavior study.The Soul of the White Ant is a deeply absorbing,devotedly researched ethological study of an astonishing insect capable of building,grain by grain,an earth structure weighing11,750 tons.With its significant implications for psychology and philosophy, it is an intellectually exciting work of the widest possible appeal.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a illustrated d/w,edge-worn and chipped with some small tears,but with no loss.Size 9×6 pp 139,inc,index,sketches in text,plates,as reproduced photographic prints.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some light foxing to prelims and end papers.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.


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