The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: An Autohagiography
One of the most famous books on the occult everwritten, this is a record of Crowley's journey into strange regions of consciousness: his initiation into magichis world-wide travels and mistresses, his experimerwith sex and drugs, and the philosophy of his famous Book of the Law.
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ALEISTER CROWLEY 'The Confessions of ALEISTER CROWLEY’ scarce 1st UK edition with dj 1969.
ALEISTER CROWLEY ‘The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: An Autohagiography’. Edited by John Symonds and Kenneth Grant.
Jonathan Cape Ltd., London, 1969. First edition, first impression. SBN 224 61334 0. Hardcover. Charcoal grey cloth spine over grey marbled paper covered boards. Gilt lettering and gilt publisher’s device to spine. Top edges decoratively stained dark grey. Frontispiece. Illustrated in sections with black and white plates. Dustjacket mylar protected. Spine ends lightly rubbed. Small water stain to top edge of front free endpaper and to corresponding area of inside front flap of dustjacket. Some light foxing and light tanning to fore-edges. Dustjacket clipped at four corners (as probably issued) but not price-clipped. Dustjacket slightly edgeworn. A very good copy in a very good dustjacket.
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For such a wicked, bloated "beast" Mr Crowley can nevertheless pack one heck of a wallop on the page. His descriptions of early school days and forays into magicks and the ever-tantalizing beat of his ... Read full review
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