Illustrated with a frontispiece photograph of Crowley by Aimé Dupont. One of 500 numbered and signed copies, but this copy unnumbered and out of series, as often. A miscellany in the best sense of the word, with texts ranging from his allegorical text on initiation and involving the tarot, "The Wake World, " to the skit "Ali Sloper, and the 40 Liars, " which parodies several very thinly veiled members of the Order of the Golden Dawn. The book concludes with a selection of verse.
However, it now stands as one of Crowley's better works, exemplifying his strengths as a storyteller across genres - for certain readers at least. Cloth mildly grubby and darkened, with some minor rippling of cloth to back panel. Endpapers and tissue guards lightly toned, with some mild offsetting to facing page of the photographic frontis, as usual, and a slight paperclip rust ghost to p.
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The item "Aleister Crowley / Konx Om Pax Essays in Light Signed 1st Edition 1907" is in sale since Friday, April 10, 2020. This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "divisionleap" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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