Marius the Epicurean. His sensations and Ideas. – Walter Pater


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Limited edition. This 2 volume set numbered 198/1000 printed on handmade Riccardi Paper. A historical and philosophical novel by Walter Pater (his only completed full-length fiction), written between 1881 and 1884, published in 1885 and set in 161–177 AD, in the Rome of the Antonines. It explores the intellectual development of its protagonist, a young Roman of integrity, in his pursuit of a congenial religion or philosophy at a time of change and uncertainty that Pater likened to his own era.

Publisher: Philip Lee Warner
Date Published: 1913
Publication Place: London

Condition: Good. Pages untrimmed. Browning to edges. Light discoloration to spine. Ghosting to feps.
Binding: Hardcover. Paper covered boards with cloth spine.

Jacket Condition: Good. Thin card wraps with sunning to spine and light edge-wear.
Dimensions: 8vo. 146pp

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Weight 1400 g