Essays of Michel De Montaigne

By: De Montaigne, Michel; Dali, Salvador; Cotton, Charles

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Spine lightly stained, portion of front board rubbed through on fore edge, owner bookplate on front endpaper. 1947 Hard Cover. 472 pp. 8vo. Essays selected and illustrated in color by Salvador Dali. Translated from the original French by Charles Cotton. CONTENTS: Of Custom, and That We Should Not Easily Change a Law Received; Of the Education of Children; That Fortune is Oftentimes Observed to Act by the Rules of Reason; Of Cannibals; Of War-Horses, or Destriers; Of Democritus and Heraclitus; Of Age; Of Drunkenness; Of Glory; Of Presumption; That We Taste Nothing Pure; Of Thumbs; Of the Resemblance of Children to Their Fathers; Of Repentance; Upon Some Verses of Virgil; Of Coaches; That to Study Philosophy Is to Learn to Die; Of Vanity; Of Physiognomy; Of the Force of Imagination; Of Experience.

Title: Essays of Michel De Montaigne

Author: De Montaigne, Michel; Dali, Salvador; Cotton, Charles

Illustrator: Dali, Salvador

Categories: Continental, Essays & Letters, Philosophy,

Edition: Reissue

Publisher: Doubleday & Company, Inc.: 1947

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2280933

Keywords: PHILOSOPHY CLASSICS ESSAYS LITERATURE MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE SALVADOR DALI ILLUSTRATIONS PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS HISTORICAL,