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COLLECTED WORKS OF ALEISTER CROWLEY in 3 Volumes (Yogi Publication Society)

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COLLECTED WORKS OF ALEISTER CROWLEY in 3 Volumes (Yogi Publication Society)

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CROWLEY, Aleister

Collected Works of Aleister Crowley (3 Volumes)

Yogi Publication Society [circa 1980]. Original dates of 1905, 1906, and 1907 listed on title pages but this set is most likely from the 1980s. Bound in red buckram boards with gilt titles and device to front and spine. Frontispiece portrait to each volume. 269, 283, 249pp. 

The red color of Volume II is a little darker than the other two volumes. Overall a very good to near fine set.

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Originally published between 1905 and 1907, these are Crowley's earliest written works in the form of poems, plays and prose. Includes a foundation of mystical verse, plus writings relating to mythology and his literary interests at the time. These certainly set the stage for what was to come. Works included are - Volume I: Aceldama, The Tale of Archais, Songs of The Spirit, The Poem, Jephthah, Mysteries, Jezebel and Other Tragic Poems, An Appeal to the American Republic - The Fatal Force - The Mother’s Tragedey - The Temple of the Holy Ghost, Carmen Saeculare, Tannhauser, Appendix (Qabalistic Dogma). Volume II: Oracles: The Autobiography of an Art, Alice: An Adultery, The Argonauts, Ahab and Other Poems, The God-Eater, The Sword of Song, Berashith: An Essay in Ontology, Science And Buddhism, The Excluded Middle: Or, The Sceptic Refuted - Time, Appendix. Volume III: The Star and the Garter, Why Jesus Wept, Rosa Mundi, and Other Love-Songs, The Sire De Maletroit’s Door, Gargoyles, Rodin in Rime, Orpheus, Epilogue and Dedication, and Appendices (Bibliographical Note and Index of First Lines).