Kateřina Matejskova

Kateřina Matejskova

Kateřina Matejskova
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PROUDHON. Correspondance de l'anarchistes avec ses éditeurs, les frères Garnier.

PROUDHON. Correspondance de l'anarchistes avec ses éditeurs, les frères Garnier.

The first page of FRANKENSTEIN, in Mary Shelley’s own handwriting.

The first page of FRANKENSTEIN, in Mary Shelley’s own handwriting.

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Well worn, and well used journals. Get your journal today! https://www.etsy.com/shop/SacredbyBrandy

Kierkegaard - Fear and Trembling

Kierkegaard - Fear and Trembling

This is a letter, written by Albert Einstein, in which he explains the details of a now-famous test of the theory of relativity—an experiment that involves measuring how the Sun's gravity alters the path of starlight traveling towards Earth.

This is a letter, written by Albert Einstein, in which he explains the details of a now-famous test of the theory of relativity—an experiment that involves measuring how the Sun's gravity alters the path of starlight traveling towards Earth.

Carta de Rainer Maria Rilke a Auguste Rodin,1908

Carta de Rainer Maria Rilke a Auguste Rodin,1908

Le vin des chiffonniers, les Fleurs du Mal, Charles #Beaudelaire, 1857.

Le vin des chiffonniers, les Fleurs du Mal, Charles #Beaudelaire, 1857.

Einstein's handwritten manuscript explaining general relativity.

Einstein's handwritten manuscript explaining general relativity.

Isaac Newton's notebook which he acquired while he was an undergraduate at Trinity College and used from about 1661 to 1665. It includes many notes from his studies and, increasingly, his own explorations into mathematics, physics and metaphysics. It was judged 'Not fit to be printed' by Newton's executor and was presented to the Library by the fifth Earl of Portsmouth in 1872

Isaac Newton's notebook which he acquired while he was an undergraduate at Trinity College and used from about 1661 to 1665. It includes many notes from his studies and, increasingly, his own explorations into mathematics, physics and metaphysics. It was judged 'Not fit to be printed' by Newton's executor and was presented to the Library by the fifth Earl of Portsmouth in 1872

Einstein's 1925 manuscript

Einstein's 1925 manuscript