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Étienne La Boétie. Discours de la servitude volontaire, 1983
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- Scope and Contents
Dealer note: 2 marque-pages (post-it jaunes) : p. 28-29 et p. 32-33. 3 pages cornées : pp. 25-133-168 Renvois aux pages, à la fin du livre (ici transcrit tel quel) : Testament 29 nom 33 Le Contre Un 32-33 74 Non 133 amitié 168-9 [encerclé par l'auteur] Prendre [Pause] — 190 [encerclé par l'auteur et souligné par deux flèches] Notes* aux pages : 25-27-29-30-32-33-35-46-59-74-133-140-141-168-169-171-190-191-192.
Check-in observation: Bookmarks on pages 28-29, 32-33. Dog-eared pages 25, 133, 168.
Arranged in order of shelfmarks as as inventoried in 2011.
The suffix "(M)" indicates items accessed from the Mezzanine.
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Processed based on dealer data using a database and XQuery workflow by Regine Heberlein and Donald Thornbury. Data entry and other invaluable assistance provided by Nick Williams '15 and Donald Thermesi.
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Collection is open for research.
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- Credit this material:
Étienne La Boétie. Discours de la servitude volontaire; The Library of Jacques Derrida, Studio Series, RBD1, Rare Book Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
- Firestone LibraryOne Washington RoadPrinceton, NJ 08544, USA
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- Firestone Library (ex): Box B-000143
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At the time of acquisition, inserted material had been systematically removed from a subset of volumes and placed in a number of subject-based boxes and envelopes. Notes received by PUL from the dealer reflect this and are quoted in this finding aid in the interest of making the history of the collection's custodial interventions fully transparent.
All separated insertions received by PUL were re-inserted upon receipt of the collection in an effort to preserve archival context and service the collection as close as possible to its working state.
A small number of separated insertions were not received by PUL and are so identified in the finding aid.
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