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Letters Concerning the English Nation, Voltaire

The book with a rich design will not only become a worthy adornment of a private library, but will also allow you to get an insight into the entire range of philosophical views of François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire) (1694 – 1778), of whom Pushkin himself wrote: “every line written by him comes as a treasure for posterity”. Letters Concerning the English Nation encloses the most important treatises and dialogues and new translations of articles from the Philosophical Dictionary. Voltaire began working on the book at the end of 1727, while being in England, but the most important thoughts were contributed the return to his homeland in 1729. The later additions to the book are dated late 1732.

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Language: Russian
Number of copies: 100 numbered copies
Format: 155 x 225 mm
Paper: designer paper (Holland, France)
Features: silk ribbon bookmark, manual-weaved tailband, gilt edge
Binding: genuine leather, handmade using classical old-school technology
Country of production: Russia
Age restrictions: 12+