Lavelle, Louis. Evil and Suffering. [Translation of Le Mal et la Souffrance]. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1963. First Edition.
Black cloth hardcover, no dust jacket, 8 1/2 x 5 3/4, 159 pp, several paragraphs with pencil underlining, tight. Ex seminary library with white call letters against a black ink background at the bottom of the spine, usual library matter within. Good. Hardcover. 
Stated first American edition, 1963. Translated by Bernard Murchland, C. S. C. The essay Those Who Are Separated and United is also included in this work.
Louis Lavelle (1883-1951), "French philosopher recognized as a forerunner of the psychometaphysic movement, which teaches that self-actualization and ultimate freedom develop from seeking one's 'inward' being and relating it to the Absolute. Much of his thought drew upon the writings of Nicolas Malebranche and St. Augustine." - Encyclopedia Britannica online.