New York: Garland Publishing, 1980.
Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #13986
Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Facsimile reprint of Göteborg: Wettergren & Kerber, 1943. English language with Greek phrases and excerpts. "... we possess a treatise which probably received the title, the external form and the disposition which it now has by Andronicus, who from the private manuscripts of Aristole ... arranged certain rolls or parts of rolls which he considered coherent. Our task is to inquire a) whether and to what degree it is probable that these parts were originally united to a whole as a coherent lecture. If this appears to hold true, we must inquire b) of which greater (course of lectures) these treatises in the form they are handed down to us, form part. But as, from our general presumptions, it is clear that Aristotle gradually revised and broadened this course, we must also inquire c) if this treatise de part. an. was written as one undivided lecture or if it per chance was amalgamated from parts conceived and written at different times." - I. Structure and Growth of the Lectures on The Parts of Animals, p 8. ; Ancient Philosophy; Ex-Library; Vol. 8; 223 pages.