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THE CHERUBINIC WANDERER OF ANGELUS SILESIUS trans. Willard Trisk

Publisher, Pantheon Books, New York, 1953.
Hardback, bound in the original patterned paper covered boards with a black cloth spine and silver titling on the spine.
Condition, Used – Very Good with a little fading at the spine ends. The contents are clean and tight with no inscription.

Angelus Silesius (c. 1624-1677), also known as Johann Angelus Silesius, was a German mystic and religious poet. Of his life little is known beyond the facts that he was born a Lutheran, became a doctor of medicine, and was ordained a priest eight years later. The Cherubinic Wanderer, also known as The Cherubinic Pilgrim, is probably his best known work, and consists of hundreds of rhymes which probe deeply into the relation of God and man. This book contains a selection of about 140 rhymes, translated by Willard B. Trask and with an introduction by Curt von Faber du Faur.

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Weight .168 kg

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