Paracelsus.

Paracelsus.
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London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange, MDCCCXXXV [1835]. 8vo, (xii), (1)-216 pp. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, white paper label. 1.5cm chip from head of backstrip and a small section rubbed white at foot, label soiled but just legible, boards clean, a few light spots to the first signature, a very good copy in a quarter morocco slipcase. First edition of Browning’s five act play. The figure of the alchemist Paracelsus captivated many in Browning’s generation: a lone genius, searching for the hidden laws of nature, and testing the limits of the divine and the mundane. Browning’s vision of his life dwells on the pursuit of education versus the pursuit of love. This copy appears to be in a remaindered boards binding, with the label but without the ads that usually accompany copies so bound. Ashley Library I, p.111. Tinker 414. (Item Id: 109303)

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