Aurora, OR: Two Rivers Press, 1978. First Edition. A FINE COPY IN FINE DUST JACKET. Hand bound with handmade marble papers. Small 8vo.
Gurdjieff & the Fourth Way
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Aurora, OR: Two Rivers Press, 1981-84. Matching custom end papers; red silk markers; A FINE SET in fine dust jackets. Vol. I: 99 pages. Vol. II: 112 pages. Vol. III: 175 pages. Octavo.
Boulder / London: Shambhala, 1981. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Vincent Stuart (of Stuart & Watkins) was a pupil of Maurice Nicoll, and was instrumental in the publishing of the "Commentaries". Small 8vo.
London: Subud Brotherhood, 1960. FIRST EDITION. Browning to front free end paper; Good cloth copy in worn dust jacket. Octavo. J.G. Bennett turned to the philosophy / religion of Subud for a time after the death of Gurdjieff. He wrote a book on the subject in 1957. Scarce.
New Haven: Yale University Library, (October) 1978. Tall green paper copy as issued; cover slightly worn; else, A VERY GOOD+ copy. 46 pages. 4to.
Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1982. Text paper edition; FINE, Unread copy. 450 pages. An anthology (with notes and commentary) of the author of CANE and a controversial student of the Gurdjieff Movement. Edited by Darwin Turner. 450 pages. Royal 8vo.
Toronto: Traditional Studies Press, 1973. First Edition. In tie bound wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Frontispiece portrait. Octavo.
New York: Weiser, 1972. First American Edition. A FINE COPY in very good dust jacket. Walker began his studies with Ouspensky in London. "Mr. Walker's sketch of Gurdjieff is done with skill and makes fascinating reading." Octavo.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1980. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ CLOTH VOLUME in dust jacket. Rare photographs. 608 pages, indexed. Royal 8vo.
London: Arkana, 1990. In wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. With a Foreword by P.L. Travers. Translated by Jenny Koralek. Personal recollections of the French period of Gurdjieff's work. 82 pages. Small 8vo.