New York: Covici, Friede Publishers, 1930. A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY. Clipping about the author laid in. Twenty two photographs. Anderson was among the group known as "The Rope" which was "tutored" by Gurdjieff in the Paris of the 1930's. An excellent read. 274 pages. Tall octavo.
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New York: Samuel Weiser, 1991. In quality paper; Very Good. Dedicated to Jane Heap. 212 pages. Octavo.
New York: Hermitage House, 1953. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. VERY GOOD CLOTH VOLUME. 383 pages. Anderson's review that presented a new literature after World War I with the first appearance of Joyce and others. It was at the time that Anderson and others began a close association with Gurdjieff.