Neuberg, Victor B.
Scoob Books Publishing, London, 1989. Hardcover. Gold embossed upon red cloth and white title paste-down on spine. Limited facsimile of 1910 edition, limited to 500 copies. 181 pages plus adverts. Edited by Christopher Johnson. Introduction by Caroline Robertson. A beautiful Near Fine copy.
Greek mythology, the occult world,and themes from nature are delicately woven together in Victor Neuberg’s personal and often sensual style to produce this unique and striking collection of poems. Aleister Crowley, who had a strong influence on Neuberg, saw in him a rare psychic ability. Many of the poems reflect Neuberg’s spiritual life in the period when he and Crowley were first working together. Overshadowed for many years by the reputation of his mentor this new edition of allows Neuberg’s voice as a poet and visionary to stand for the first time in its own right.