Poetry of Aleister Crowley

Poetry of Aleister Crowley

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The most evil and wickedness man in the world, this is but one of the many misconceptions that have come down to us about Aleister Crowley. Most of which are in fact not true, or were misrepresentation's created in part by the newspapers and in part by Crowley himself. Crowley was in fact an artist, poet, playwright, mountaineer, explorer, magus, bisexual, a drug user, and even on an occasion a spy. Ever since Crowley was a child he always had had a love of poetry, and even though many of his poem's have become lost to us, many still survive. Here for the first time are collected together some of Crowley's best poem's. Not only do they cover a wide range of subjects, such as Mythology, Religion, Sexuality, Magic; they also show how Crowley managed to start off as a self published amateur, but managed to blossom into what could have been one of the great poets of the 19th century.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 15mm | 481g
  • English
  • 1481964313
  • 9781481964319
  • 983,504

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