|Dimensions||17.5 × 10.5 × 1.8 cm|
Publisher, Methuen & Co., London 1909 (FIRST EDITION)
Hardback, no DJ, bound in green Book-cloth with gilt to Spine and front cover, pp. 243
Condition, Used – Good, cover shows genteel signs of wear but overall clean, tight. Text-block is also clean and tight; free of notes and highlights.
Browning saw in Paracelsus a great man who had been misunderstood, and perhaps unjustly condemned, by the intelligentsia of his time. The authors (Lee & Locock) explore both Paracelsus’s thought and Browning’s insight and through the medium of his verse, which arguably influenced the modern resurgence of interest in Paracelsus.
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