New York: The Modern Library, 1946.
Hardcover. 7 1/4" X 5". xxv, 494pp. Wear to unclipped dust jacket with toning, creasing, chipping, and tears to covers, corners, and edges. Bound in purple cloth over boards with spine lettered in silver. Light rubbing to covers and gentle bumps to corners. Inked underlining and notation to pages. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
This anthology covers the whole of Kierkegaard's literary career. The selections range from the terse epigrams of the Journal through the famous "Diary of the Seducer" and the "Banquet" scene, in which Søren Kierkegaard reveals his great lyric and dramatic gifts, on to the philosophical and psychological works of his maturity. These are climaxed by the beautiful and moving religious discourses which accompany them; finally, there is the biting satire of his Attack upon "Christendom."
This is emphatically not a collection of "snippets," but the cream of Kierkegaard, each selection interesting and intelligible in itself, and all ranking among his most important work. They are so arranged as to convey an idea of his remarkable intellectual development.(Publisher). Good / good. Item #9319