THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY, WHAT IT IS, WITH ALL THE KINDS, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, PROGNOSTICS, AND SEVERAL CURES OF IT. IN THREE PARTITIONS. WITH THEIR SEVERAL SECTIONS, MEMBERS, AND SUBSECTIONS, PHILOSOPHICALLY, MEDICALLY, HISTORICALLY OPENED AND CUT UP . . . Volume II and III.

Democritus Junior (pseudonym of Robert Burton, 1577-1640). Democritus Minor.

Published by New York - Philadelphia - John Wiley, 161 Broadway - J.W. Moore, 193 Chestnut Street, 1850.
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Poor condition. Full title = THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY, WHAT IT IS, WITH ALL THE KINDS, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, PROGNOSTICS, AND SEVERAL CURES OF IT. IN THREE PARTITIONS. WITH THEIR SEVERAL SECTIONS, MEMBERS, AND SUBSECTIONS, PHILOSOPHICALLY, MEDICALLY, HISTORICALLY OPENED AND CUT UP . BY DEMOCRITUS JUNIOR. WITH A SATIRICAL PREFACE, CONDUCING TO THE FOLLOWING DISCOURSE. A NEW EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENRICHED BY TRANSLATIONS OF THE NUMEROUS CLASSICAL EXTRACTS. BY DEMOCRITUS MINOR. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED AN ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR. i-xiv, 15-670 pages. Hardcover: H 24.25cm x L 16.25cm. Original dark brown cloth boards rubbed with ligth staining and small patches of surface abrasion as well as worn corners; spine's surface cloth entirely persihed with underlying paper backstrip exposed lengthwise; joints exposed too but with hinges firm and boards still firmly attached. Some splitting to binding between pages 350-351 but text block otherwise solid. Edges toned; some leaves still uncut at their top edges. Foxing/toning prevelent to sevral initial and rar leaves particualrly frontipsiece and pictorial title and their interlaying tissue guard sheet as well as text title page; faint toning and scattered light foxing to interior leaves; occasional creased page corners; pecnil writing on rear endpapers. Single volume edition. Sold as is and needs to be re-backed at a minimum. First published in 1621, THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY was an influential study of depression which Burton described as both a physical disease and a moral condition resulting from natural and supernatural causes necessitating corporeal and spiritual treatment. Please note that this thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 3.25 pounds (1.47 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY, WHAT IT IS, WITH ...
Publisher: New York - Philadelphia - John Wiley, 161 Broadway - J.W. Moore, 193 Chestnut Street, 1850.

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Democritus Junior (pseudonym of Robert Burton, 1577-1640). Democritus Minor.
Published by New York - Philadelphia - John Wiley, 161 Broadway - J.W. Moore, 193 Chestnut Street, 1850. (1850)
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Book Description New York - Philadelphia - John Wiley, 161 Broadway - J.W. Moore, 193 Chestnut Street, 1850., 1850. Poor condition. Full title = THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY, WHAT IT IS, WITH ALL THE KINDS, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, PROGNOSTICS, AND SEVERAL CURES OF IT. IN THREE PARTITIONS. WITH THEIR SEVERAL SECTIONS, MEMBERS, AND SUBSECTIONS, PHILOSOPHICALLY, MEDICALLY, HISTORICALLY OPENED AND CUT UP . BY DEMOCRITUS JUNIOR. WITH A SATIRICAL PREFACE, CONDUCING TO THE FOLLOWING DISCOURSE. A NEW EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENRICHED BY TRANSLATIONS OF THE NUMEROUS CLASSICAL EXTRACTS. BY DEMOCRITUS MINOR. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED AN ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR. i-xiv, 15-670 pages. Hardcover: H 24.25cm x L 16.25cm. Original dark brown cloth boards rubbed with ligth staining and small patches of surface abrasion as well as worn corners; spine's surface cloth entirely persihed with underlying paper backstrip exposed lengthwise; joints exposed too but with hinges firm and boards still firmly attached. Some splitting to binding between pages 350-351 but text block otherwise solid. Edges toned; some leaves still uncut at their top edges. Foxing/toning prevelent to sevral initial and rar leaves particualrly frontipsiece and pictorial title and their interlaying tissue guard sheet as well as text title page; faint toning and scattered light foxing to interior leaves; occasional creased page corners; pecnil writing on rear endpapers. Single volume edition. Sold as is and needs to be re-backed at a minimum. First published in 1621, THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY was an influential study of depression which Burton described as both a physical disease and a moral condition resulting from natural and supernatural causes necessitating corporeal and spiritual treatment. Please note that this thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 3.25 pounds (1.47 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-08327

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