Ancient Ploughman, or, The Fate of All Things Living: being a valuable fragment, rich in allegory, excerpted from the second book of De Rerum Natura

Ancient Ploughman, or, The Fate of All Things Living: being a valuable fragment, rich in allegory, excerpted from the second book of De Rerum Natura

Carus, Titus Lucretius

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Place Published: San Francisco
Publisher: Two Fine Chaps
Date Published: 2007
Edition: Limited Edition
Book Id: 45816

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Tall, skinny quarto [28 cm] A six-page spread from Ancient Ploughman, hand-bound in dark navy blue Fabriano wrappers printed in black, and with a white string-tie binding. Near fine, with light bumping to the edges of the wrappers.

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This excerpt comes from the end of Book II of De Rerum Natura composed by Titus Lucretius Carus in the first century B.C. It was translated by Jonathan Fetter-Vorm and Thomas Biby and was printed with care on a letterpress by the selfsame gents at the press of Master Pioneer Printer Peter Koch in Berkeley, California. Number 137 in an edition of 200.



By This Author: Carus, Titus Lucretius
By This Publisher: Two Fine Chaps