Francis Bacon's Cryptic Rhymes and the Truth They Reveal
Read Books Ltd, 28.06.2021 - 258 Seiten
This fascinating 1906 treatise explores the seminal work of Francis Bacon with particular reference to cryptic rhymes and their possible connections to the occult. Francis Bacon (1561 – 1626) was an English statesman and philosopher who served as Lord Chancellor and Attorney General of England. His works are hailed as having developed the scientific method and were influential throughout the scientific revolution. Contents include: “Francis Bacon Confesses, in the Presence of Death, to Having Written Rhymed Books”, “What was Francis Bacon's Estimation of Poesy?”, “Francis Bacon's Predilection for the Occult Arts”, “What Part do the Words 'Name' and 'Darts' lay in Bacon's Writings?”, “The Mysterious Manner of the Actor Shakespeare”, “What Part foes Rhyme play in Shakespeare's Dramas?”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.
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WHAT PART DO THE WORDS NAME AND DARTS PLAY IN BACONS WRITINGS?
THE MYSTERIOUS MANNER OF THE ACTOR SHAKSPERE sic
WHAT PART DOES RHYME PLAY IN THE SHAKESPEARE DRAMAS?
THE RHYMES IN FRANCIS BACONS PSALMS
FRANCIS BACON THE ANECDOTIST
FRANCIS BACONS ESSAYRHYMES AND THE TRUTHS THEY REVEAL
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