THE STAR IN THE WEST: A Critical Essay Upon the Works of Aleister Crowley.
London: Walter Scott Publishing (printed by the Chiswick Press with their colophon), 1907. FIRST TRADE EDITION (Second Edition after the Vellum Issue) in red cloth and includes that most mysterious frontispiece printed in red as well. Bottom edge shows an old stain with no text effected; spine is rubbed though stamped titles are quite distinguishable; front panel filled in white on red in excellent condition; A VERY GOOD COPY of a scarce work. The "winner" of the 1907 Crowley sponsored contest for the best work on Crowleyanity. 327 pages. Octavo. (Item ID: 14857)