The Essays, Colours of Good and Evil, and Advancement of Learning of Francis Bacon. Francis BACON, A. W. POLLARD.

The Essays, Colours of Good and Evil, and Advancement of Learning of Francis Bacon.

London: Macmillan, 1902. [Philosophy] LEATHER-BOUND, reprinted. Octavo (23 x 16cm), pp.[xviii]; 422. Contemporary black half morocco over blue cloth boards, with raised bands and gilt titles to spine, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Binding is attractive, minor bumping to corners, cloth somewhat soiled, front edge toned. Ownership inscription ("Evie Woods") in blue ink to flyleaf dated 1939, a second ownership inscription ("Beatrice Wells") in black to first blank dated 1904, clean inside in the main, with a few marks. Very good. An attractive and inexpensive copy of Bacon's most important essays, which offer contributions to history, science, philosophy, and politics. Truly an extraordinary polymath, who rose to the highest levels of government before his precipitous dive into public disgrace. Item #52584

Price: £48.00

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