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Forord. Morskabslaesning for enkelte staender efter tid og leilighed.

Notabene, Nicolaus" (i.e., Soren Kierkegaard).

Published by Faaes hos universitetsboghandler C.A. Reitzel, Trykt i Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri, Kjobenhavn [i.e., Copenhagen], 1844
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Kierkegaard published Forord (i.e., Preface) on the same day as Begrebet angest en simpel psychologisk-paapegende overveielse i retning af det dogmatiske problem om arvesynden (The Concept of Anxiety) and yes, they are related and intertwined. => The fictional author Notabene seems capable of writing only prefaces and explains why they are important, criticizing those who skip over them. How this work intersects with the other is that both concern mediation. As one anonymous writer notes, Notabene "is mediated by his wife as well as his reviewer"; the fictional author of The Concept of Anxiety, Haufniensis, is against his knowledge of sin being mediated by Adam. Interesting explorations of mediation are presented by both "authors" and the topic is of course explored again in later works. 12mo (17.5 cm; 6.75"). 110 pp., [1] f. Himmelstrup, Kierkegaard, 70; Arbaugh, Kierkegaard's Authorship,15. Handsome 19th-century half mottled brown calf, spine very prettily gilt extra; black textured?paper sides. Without the original plain blue wrappers. Very light foxing with other mild discoloration in some margins; a nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 32917

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Title: Forord. Morskabslaesning for enkelte ...

Publisher: Faaes hos universitetsboghandler C.A. Reitzel, Trykt i Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri, Kjobenhavn [i.e., Copenhagen]

Publication Date: 1844

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