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The Writing on the Ground.
London: Published for the Author,, [1913]. Single leaf folded to make four leaves. Folded for mailing, and with some minor splitting to the folds. Single authorial correction. Very good. First edition, first printing. With Crowley's signed presentation inscription, "To Edward W. Titus in sympathetic vision a relic of great days Aleister Crowley 22.1.27 E.V." Titus was the proprietor of the Black Mannequin Press which would published Crowley's translation of Baudelaire's Little Poems in Prose in 1928. Titus had a spectacular book collection which included a full set of corrected proof sheets for Joyce's Ulysses. His Crowley holdings were also remarkable. This little pamphlet prints two Crowley pieces including A Galahad in Gomorrah his 1896 review of a little book of Alfred Douglas' verse. It was considered liabelous and was omitted from reprints of this pamphlet. Rare.
      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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