Schroder, Theodore, and Ida C. (Craddock)
AN UNINTENTIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE
EROTOGENETIC INTERPRETATION OF RELIGION
New York, n.p., 1918.
First separate edition. 8vo. 121,(1),3pp.
Printed wraps. A fine copy. Originally published over seven issues
of the Alienist and Neurologist between 1915 and 1917, Shroeder
pulls together the writings of Ida C., the earthly wife of an angel
(in her own words), who died 22 years previous to this publication.
Considered an obscene sex manual by local authorities. Craddock
was jailed on morality charges several times. But Aleister Crowley
says no Magick library is complete without this title. A very good
copy with only a trace of wear to the spine. Housed in a custom
leather-backed clamshell case. Rare.
THE CRYSTAL CAVE; THE HOLLOW HILLS; THE LAST ENCHANTMENT
London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1970-1979. First edition, first
printing Three volumes, all first printings. Three volumes in
publisher's bindings with unclipped dustwrappers. Minor traces
of soil and wear else this is a fine set in fine dustwrappers which
have a minor amount of roughness at the edges. To date the
most extended portrait in all literature of Merlin, the protector
and tutor of Arthur.
Arthurian Encyclopedia, p. 432, where Stewart's treatment is called
convincing and artful.