Aleister Crowley: A Memoir of 666. With four poems by Aleister Crowley. With 2 signed letters enclosed. Alan BURNETT-RAE, Aleister Crowley, Victor Hall.
Aleister Crowley: A Memoir of 666. With four poems by Aleister Crowley. With 2 signed letters enclosed.

Aleister Crowley: A Memoir of 666. With four poems by Aleister Crowley. With 2 signed letters enclosed.

London: Victim Press, 1971. First Edition - Limited. Softcover. Octavo. 20pp. Booklet stapled in white card wrappers lettered in black. Edition limited to 350 numbered copies of which this is number 35 (there were also purported to be 16 lettered copies). Presentation inscription from the co-publisher on the limitation page: "For Leslie / from / Victor / 21.1.72 / Published 30.12.71." Loosely inserted, two signed letters, one typed and one autograph (latter on the letterhead of the Victim Press) from Victor Hall to Nicholast Bishop-Culpeper. A memoir of Crowley by Allen Burnett-Rae who first got to know Crowley in 1934, and remained a friendly acquaintance for six years until he drifted out of Crowley's orbit after the beginning of the Second World War. The book also includes four (then) unpublished poems by Crowley from his "Book of Oaths" supplied to the publishers by Gerald Yorke. The publishers whose names were combined to give the Victim imprint were Victor Hall and Tim D'Arch Smith. From the collection of English bibliophile and Aleister Crowley scholar Nicholas Bishop-Culpeper, with his book-label tipped in at the rear. Booklet in Fine condition, letters a little chafed at edges. Item #62482

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