All three volumes are scholarly works on Copernicus. All in excellent condition.
1) "Copernicus and his World" by Herman Kesten. New York, Roy Publishers, 1945. 408 pgs. Contains many ancient illustrations and drawings from the times of Copernicus.
2) "Novelties in the Heavens" Rhetoric and Science in the Copernican Controversy, by Jean Dietz Moss. Discusses the role of rhetoric as a tool for persuading a skeptical public of the superiority of the Copernican system. Also contains a chapter on Galileo's appeal to the church. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1993, 353 pgs.
3) "Nicholas Copernicus~Complete Works". Baltimore, The John Hopkins University Press, 1992. 372 pgs. (large format)
Just about everthing you want to know about Copernicus and his challenging times. All three works $39.00 includes shipping which is expensive on these due to weight!!). Paypal 1.5%