Milton and Jakob Boehme A Study of German Mysticism in Seventeenth-Century England By Margaret Lewis Bailey, Ph.D.
Publication: 1964 Haskell House; New York Second Print
A scholarly study of German mysticism of 17th century Germany with extensive information on famous mystics Jakob Boehme. Subjects include: English Mysticism Before Boehme, Bohme in England, Milton and Bohme, Similarity Between Milton and Bohme in Religious and Philosophical Ideas, Romanticism, etc.
Although a there is no exact limitation of this book its has been known to be quite scarce in any edition. The book was originally published in 1914 followed by this 1964 edition published by Haskell House, a publisher known for the publication of "Scarce Scholarly Books"
Condition: publishers grey cloth boards, gilt title to spine with slight fade spot to bottom portion of spine, the pastedown and both the front and rear have a small stamp "francis bacon lirary" but no other indications, overalla nice copy in Very Good condition