Persons & Places by George Santayana (1944)


"Persons and Places" is a collection of essays written by George Santayana, the renowned philosopher and essayist. In this work, Santayana reflects on his experiences and encounters with various individuals and locations throughout his life. Through vivid descriptions and profound insights, he offers readers a unique perspective on topics ranging from art and culture to philosophy and human nature. With his characteristic wit and wisdom, Santayana invites readers to journey alongside him as he explores the complexities of the human condition and the enduring significance of the places we inhabit.

Hardcover in good condition. Dust jacket is intact shows minor signs of shelfware and age. Cupboards and spine are intact and solid. Interior pages are clean and free of any marks. Presumed first edition published in 1944 by Charles Scribner’s Sons.

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