Aleister Crowley Collection Volume 5 by Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley Collection Volume 5

byAleister Crowley

Kobo ebook | December 8, 2014

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Volume 5 of The Aleister Crowley Collection presents six Crowley classics: three complete early poetry collections, two famous plays and one major work from Crowley’s middle period.

The first section contains poetry that Crowley himself would have been inclined to class as juvenilia.  Included here are three complete collections of published verse, Aceldama, The Tale of Archais and Songs of the Spirit – all from 1898, an important year for Crowley. The dramatic works are Jephthah and Household Gods. Jephthah is the play Crowley showed to fellow Golden Dawn member W. B. Yeats which the Irish poet criticized and thus sparked the famous rivalry between the two British men of letters. But the star of Volume 5 is The Temple of Solomon the King (Book 1), the first installment of a much-read, widely-dissected occult manual that is considered essential reading for Thelema adherents as well as being a landmark work that should be read by any serious student of the occult.

  • Aceldama
  • The Tale of Archais
  • Songs of the Spirit
  • Jephthah
  • Household Gods
  • The Temple of Solomon the King (Book I)
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Title:Aleister Crowley Collection Volume 5Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 8, 2014Publisher:Enhanced E-BooksLanguage:English

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