Sedlak, Francis. A Holiday with a Hegelian. London: A. C. Fifield, 1911. First Edition.
Green cloth, 5 x 7 1/2 inches, 190 pp. plus (2) adverts, Brentano's of NY ticket on rear paste down. Two thumbnail creases on the ffep with thin perforations. Very good. Hardcover. 
Francis Sedlák, (1873-1935), b. Czech Republic; d. Gloucestershire, England.
"Francis Sedlák, Nellie Shaw’s “free union” partner, who settled in the Whiteway Colony shortly after it was founded, became [A. V.] Miller’s philosophical mentor and the dedicatee of his first Hegel retranslation. Sedlák’s Bohemian lifestyle, unorthodox theosophical and esoteric writings and especially his work on Hegel inspired Miller as a young man but contrast strongly with Miller’s outwardly conventional appearance and attitudes later in life...Miller’s position in the translations was influenced by aspects of Sedlák’s individualistic theosophy, such as his views on chastity and self-denial as a means towards spiritual and purity and philosophical truth." - publisher's blurb for Charlston, Translation and Hegel's Philosophy.