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Título: The Court of the King and Other Studies
Editorial: T. Fisher Unwin (1913), London
Año de publicación: 1913
Condición del libro: Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Dust Jacket
Edición: First Edition.
Moderate staining (mostly dust stains) to spine, boards and page edges. Moderate foxing, quite heavy on the endpapers. Provenance: Hardwicke Knight, with his blind-stamp on the title page.; 175,  pages. Maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration on front board. Page dimensions: 202 x 134mm. This copy with a "Presentation Copy" blind-stamp on the title page. Short stories. The stories seem to be of a fantastic nature, including mythological/fairyland/Theosophical or archetypal elements. "all which we see or hear depends for all its meaning on the soul of the world that no man sees or hears. Let this book be taken as a short and simple lesson-book in hidden meanings [ . . .] Then she [Life] bade us close the book with the touch of pain and healing sent to quicken into life, and again Imagination sent us, among the scenes of daily life to look for the beautiful kingdom which endures: And we must say it in what form we may, so that we catch the meaning of the simple word, so early and so often said, from which our stubborn sense rebels, 'the prison is the world of sight.'" - from the author's Preface. Contents: The Gates of Gold; The Lake within the World; A Desert City; The Other Side; The Silent Romance; The Court of the King; The Golden Dahabeah; The Unseen World; From the Bank of the River. [Seller Ref: KnightCol]; 8vo. N° de ref. de la librería 15200
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