Or, loose thoughts for loose thinkers.Cambridge: Macmillan and Co.; George Bell, London, 1852 Stock Code: 123965
First edition. Charles Kingsley (1819-1875), best remembered for his works The Water-Babies and Westward Ho!, produced this work to seek to refute the doctrines of Ralph Waldo Emerson, using the form of a Platonic dialogue.
Octavo. Original brown paper wrappers, spine lettered in black.
Contemporary ink gift inscription and small ink jotting on front cover. Lacking rear cover. Front cover detached, front cover lightly soiled, occasional slight foxing. An acceptable copy of a fragile work.
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