Giordano Bruno: His Life, Thought, And Martyrdom
The life of Bruno has been written in English more than once, and he has had many excellent commentators. No one can now write about him without availing himself very largely of the solid and scholarly work done by Tocco, Fiorentino, Berti, Brunnhofer, McIntyre and others. The apology for the appearance of the present work must be that some facts, unrecorded in England, have come to light of late years, and also that a few usual, almost unavoidable inaccuracies require correction. Moreover, I have tried to follow the development of Bruno’s thoughts in the order in which he declared them; and, on one or two points, I find myself compelled to differ from the conclusions of this or the other commentator.
Giordano Bruno, William Boulting, Kegan Paul, 1914
Hardback. Octavo. Brown cloth binding. Minor wear to the edges of the spine. Book corners are bumped slightly. Mild spotting to title page. Otherwise unmarked. A clean and tight copy. 315 pp.