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For the Soul of a Witch

London: Rebman, 1910

8vo, pp. 363, 4pp. publisher's advertisements bound in at rear. Original black boards, lettered in white to front panel and spine. Corners lightly bumped, white lettering to spine lost, binding a little shaken. A very good copy.

First edition.

A novel of witchcraft, one of many written by Brodie-Innes [1848-1923], a leading member of the Golden Dawn. A masonic-cum-magickal secret society, Golden Dawn's members included Bram Stoker, W.B. Yeats, Aleister Crowley and Arthur Conan Doyle. Brodie-Innes was leader of its Amen-Ra temple (a sort of occult regional manager).

Very scarce.

Keywords: J.W. BRODIE-INNES"

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