A Response to "Of Studies" - an Essay by Sir Francis Bacon
The topic of the essay 'Of Studies' by Sir Francis Bacon is clearly visible in the title itself. The main theme of the essay is to explain the use of studies as they serve for delight - in privateness and retiring, - in discourse, and for ability - in the judgment and disposition of business.
The author, by means of this essay, stresses the importance of studies in life. He supports the notion that study is an immensely important aspect of life, as he goes on to explain what type of study, books, reading and writing he considers essential and what type he regards dispensable. …
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