New York: Harper and Brothers, First edition, 1897. 8vo, tan buckram, 389 pp. Good plus copy, some light spine wear including repaired tear to spine cloth, and soil to binding, gilt titles to spine hardly readable, great INSCRIPTION FROM THE AUTHOR dated 1901 on flyleaf taking up the whole page wth ruminations on the nature of 'mind.' 'Mind explains everything but itself.' Very rare on the marketplace although plenty of copies in institutions. Bowne was nominated six times for the Nobel Prize in literature, including by his own sister. Good.