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Título: Por la restauracion de la cultura ...
Editorial: Montevideo : El Siglo ilustrado,
Año de publicación: 1936
Edición: First Edition.
INSCRIBED to John A. Mackay, whose ownership signature adorns the front cover. The major work by Segundo (1887-?), a lawyer and professor at the Univeristy of Montevideo, who served in his later years as Uruguay's ambassador to Portugal. Mackay (1889-1983), was a Scottish-born ecumenical theologian and internationalist, who opeated missions and founded schools in Latin America from 1916 to 1936, at which point he took up the post of president of Princeton Theological Seminary. Always keenly interested in literature -- his first book was a study of Unamuno -- he founded the popular journal THEOLOGY TODAY. An excellent association. Very good plus in wrappers. N° de ref. de la librería 16113
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