William Smart Eight Modern Essayists

This work discusses several English poets and demonstrates a selection of their work. Lacking the plates of Mr Croxall and Mr John Philips, therefore...

Find out more »Price: £650.00The complete three volumes of Michel de Montaignes essays.

From the king of the contemporary essay, that’s a ringing endorsement.

Not that she really needs it, however — Ozick has no less than seven essay collections to her name, alongside a host of novels and short fiction, and writes on almost every subject, though she tends to favor the Jewish American lens.

But if for no other reason, you should read D’Agata because he’s tackling questions that have long stumped both readers and writers, and will probably continue to for some time.

Better get hooks An important social equality activist and scholar, bell hooks’ writings are must-reads for anyone.

The first edition, posthumously published, as most of Bacon's works were. This is the first volume of this work, a second volume followed in 1694.... Two volumes bound as one, Jeremy Collier was an English theatre critic, non-juror bishop and theologian. Find out more »Price: £325.00 A very scarce two volumes set of works in a handsome uniform calf binding. Complete in two volumes, volume one is dated 1716 and the second volume is dates 1717....

Find out more »Price: £235.00 Pierre Gautruche's work on ancient poets and Greek mythology, in a smart full leather binding. Find out more »Price: £99.99 A scarce and fascinating work exploring the scientific aspects within various subjects. Exploring questions within religion, astronomy, war, fortifications, and fables. Find out more »Price: £170.00The first edition of this biographical work.

With a portrait frontispiece to volume I and a red and black title page to all volumes.

With Memoires Pour Servis Aux Essais de Michel Deigneur de Montagne bound to the rear...


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