Nicolaus Copernicus's name is well known to anybody with an interest in science but the story of his life and works is less well known. This in-depth biography looks at the life of the man many people regard as a true genius for his daring to place the sun at the centre of solar system.
This essay, conceived with the purpose of centering attention upon the poet's actual life, has eschewed the larger task of literary criticism and has also avoided the subject of Vergil's literary sources--a theme to which scholars have generally devoted too much acumen. The book is therefore of brief compass, but it has been kept to its single theme in the conviction that the reader who will study Vergil's works as in some measure an outgrowth of the poet's own experiences will find a new meaning in not a few of their lines.
This is volume 5 of the series The History of Psychopharmacology and the CINP, As Told in Autobiography. It is a comprehensive cumulative index, and an appendix which includes a biographic register of all the contributors to the four main volumes.
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