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BASE TEXT

Author, original title and year of 1st edn
Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), An Essay on the Principle of Population, as it affects the future improvement of Society; with remarks on the speculations of W. Godwin, M. Condorcet and other writers 1798
Base edn and year
1798

TRANSLATION INFO

original language
English
translation into
Spanish
type of original text
Book
type of translated text
Book
timeline
20th Century

BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION FOR DOCUMENT

Surname and Name
of Author (in the original language)
Malthus, Thomas Robert
Year of publication
1970
Title
Primer ensayo sobre poblacion
Edition number
3a ed
Place
Madrid
Country
Spain
Publisher
El Libro de bolsillo. Clasicos
Number of vols/parts
1

TRANSLATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Text type
Translation complete text with parallel original text
Editorial apparatus
Introduction of a scholar different from the editor. Please specify name and title, if any (Keynes, John Maynard)

OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION

National collection call mark
b50873908

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