Pei Gen Lun Ren Sheng (Paperback)

Pei Gen Lun Ren Sheng By Jono Bacon, M.SC Zhang, Yi (Translator) Cover Image

Pei Gen Lun Ren Sheng (Paperback)

By Jono Bacon, M.SC Zhang, Yi (Translator)

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Essays of Francis Bacon is distinct for his unique perspective. Francis Bacon, philosopher, essayist, lawyer and statesman, was born in London in 1561. In 1584 he entered Parliament, and made the acquaintance of the Earl of Essex, who endeavoured to advance him in his career. Nevertheless, having been appointed to investigate the causes of Essex's revolt in 1601, Bacon was largely responsible for the earl's conviction. In 1621 he was charged with bribery, fined and imprisoned in the Tower. Following his release, he retired to his family home and spent his remaining years in philosophical and literary work. He has edited Cymbeline for the Penguin Shakespeare and The Winter's Tale for the third series of the Arden Shakespeare. His most famous work, he considers a diverse range of subjects, such as death and marriage, ambition and atheism, in prose that is vibrant and rich in Renaissance learning.
Product Details ISBN: 9787208098787
ISBN-10: 7208098786
Publisher: Cnpiecsb
Publication Date: January 16th, 2015
Pages: 178
Language: Chinese