A New Translation by KC Ryder
Format: Hardback (available in a choice of 2 cover designs)
Publisher: Swedenborg Society
Dimensions: 230mm x 185mm
Translator: K C Ryder
Place of publication: London
Date of publication: January 31 2011
(Cover I pictured)
A new and accessible translation of Swedenborg's classic work De Coelo et Inferno, first published in 1758. Translated from the Latin by K C Ryder, this eagerly awaited work includes a previously unpublished introduction by Jorge Luis Borges and full critical apparatus. Not only does this translation makes accessible all of the main themes of Swedenborg's ideas on the next life, it also offers a great introduction to his thought in general. This book has had a major influence on Western culture and is cited as a primary influence by writers as diverse as Czeslaw Milosz, Ralph Waldo Emerson, D T Suzuki, the Brownings, William Blake, and many others. An essential read for anyone seeking an accessible but comprehensive introduction to this great writer of Western thought.
This volume comes in a choice of two covers. Please select below the cover you wish to purchase.
Heaven and Hell, cover I (top of page)
Heaven and Hell, cover II (left)