Anatomy of Melancholy

Anatomy of Melancholy, a “mosaic” work by Burton, described by Professor Saintsbury as “a wandering of the soul from Dan to Beersheba, through all employments, desires, pleasures, and finding them barren except for study, of which in turn the tædium is not obscurely hinted.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Anato`lia * Anaxag`oras
Anag`ni
Anahuac`
An`akim
Anam`alah Mountains
Anamu`di
Anarchism
Anasta`sius
Anastasius, St.
Anastasius I.
Anato`lia
Anatomy of Melancholy
Anaxag`oras
Anaxar`chus
Anaximander
Anaxim`enes
Ancæus
Ancelot
Ancenis
Ancestor-worship
Anchieta
Anchi`ses

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Burton, Robert