London: Arkana, 1988. In wraps; A VERY GOOD COPY. Introduction by Merrily E. Taylor. 159 pages. 8vo.
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London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1957. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Ouspensky's oral teachings, 1921 - 1946. 446 pages with index. Tall 8vo.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1955. VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY, clean and free of marking or defect. 399 pages. Tall octavo,
London: The Stourton Press, 1947. Limited First Edition of 356 copies only of which this is number 234. Shows some light handling; else, A VERY GOOD COPY in custom cloth with leather spine label, deckled edges, and custom end papers. 179 pages. 4to.
London: The Stourton Press, 1947. Limited Edition of 356 copies only of which this is hand-numbered 16. Binding shows handling; internals free and clear of any marking; A VERY GOOD COPY in 4to. With deckled edges, tight linen like cloth, and leather titles. 179 pages. 4to.
London: Faber and Faber, 1948. FIRST TRADE EDITION. Very Good+ in dust jacket. Fictional work on the idea of eternal recurrence. 204 pages. Small octavo.
London: Faber & Faber, 1971. Quality trade wraps; bookseller plate on fly; VERY GOOD+ copy. Fictional work on the idea of eternal recurrence. 166 pages. Small 8vo.
New York: Holme Press, 1947. FIRST TRADE EDITION. Bookplate; some pulling at top of spine; internals clean and firm; Good cloth copy. 166 pages. Fictional work on the idea of eternal recurrence. 8vo.
London: Turnstone Press, 1972. FIRST BRITISH EDITION. A FINE COPY in nice dust jacket. Translated by Katya Petroff. Introduced & edited by J.G. Bennett. Contains two tales by PDO, "The Inventor" & "The Benevolent Devil". Two themes: The first is the puzzle of 'conscious evil' and the second is the.....
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981. FINE cloth copy in a fine dust jacket. This revised translation by E. Kadloubovsky of "Philokalia" fame, and Mr. Ouspensky. 298 pages, indexed. Octavo.