A very interesting and excellently written book. A pleasure to read it and to look for its multiple meanings.
Is a story on the subject of after-death experiences. A Skeptical philosopher receives letter from Hell, as promised by his untimely deceased friend. The content of these writings, the completely original presentation of hell, the consequences and effects of the letters we leave to the pleasure of being discovered by the reader.
The book, written under anonymity, is attributed especially to Herbert Vivian (3 April 1865 – 18 April 1940) which was a British journalist, author and newspaper proprietor. During the 1880s he formed friendships with, amongst others, Lord Randolph Churchill, Charles Russell and Leopold Maxse. He campaigned for Irish Home Rule and was the private secretary to the poet and writer Wilfrid Blunt when he stood in the 1888 Deptford by-election. His writings caused the rift between his friends Oscar Wilde and James NcNeil Whistler.
In its essence, a clean book, without stains and without additions to the text. On the first page there is only a signature with the pencil: "Marie". Small binding problems. At the end, the book contains the publisher's catalog.
Pictures are part of the description.
- Aantal boeken
- theosofie / metempsychose / hel
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Anonymous [Herbert Vivian]
- The Master Sinner. A Romance by a Well-Known Author
- Publicatiejaar oudste item.
- Verschillende drukken
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- John Long
- Harde kaft
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 20×13 cm