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The Aesthetic and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick von Schlegel; Comprising Letters on Christian Art; An Essay on Gothic Architecture; Remarks on the Romance-Poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakspeare; On the Limits of the Beautiful; On the Language and Wisdom of the Indians

The Aesthetic and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick von Schlegel; Comprising Letters on Christian Art; An Essay on Gothic Architecture; Remarks on the Romance-Poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakspeare; On the Limits of the Beautiful; On the Language and Wisdom of the Indians

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The Aesthetic and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick von Schlegel; Comprising Letters on Christian Art; An Essay on Gothic Architecture; Remarks on the Romance-Poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakspeare; On the Limits of the Beautiful; On the Language and Wisdom of the Indians

by von Schlegel, Frederick

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London: Henry G. Bohn, 1849. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good+. 8vo. [5], vi-xxiii, [2], 2-533, [3] pp. Blue-green publisher's cloth decorated in blind with gilt lettering on the spine. Publisher's advertisements on the endpapers and pastedowns. Translated from the German by E.J. Millington. A sharp example. Minor wear to the cloth and light foxing to the pageblock. A blindstamp on the half-title page.

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Title
The Aesthetic and Miscellaneous Works of Frederick von Schlegel; Comprising Letters on Christian Art; An Essay on Gothic Architecture; Remarks on the Romance-Poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakspeare; On the Limits of the Beautiful; On the Language and Wisdom of the Indians
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von Schlegel, Frederick
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Hardcover
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First edition thus
Publisher
Henry G. Bohn
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1849
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