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White Stains & the Nameless Novel: Flowers of Eros and Evil Paperback – Nov 2008


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White Stains 22 Mar. 2009
By Ron - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is interesting if only because of its association with Aleister Crowley. My only criticism is that the "rare examples of Victorian erotic photography" are 11 tiny oval spot illustrations of Victorian photos about 1 and 1/2 inches tall which accompany the chapter headings in the Nameless Novel. Better than nothing, but certainly not the lavishly illustrated book I expected based on the description. As a result I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Better graphic design and larger illustrations throughout would have improved the book considerably, but I still recommend it simply due to the insight into Crowley's mind the book provides.
White Stains (2008 - 'Wet Angel' edition) 19 Jan. 2013
By Frater Perdurabo - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book for Crowley collectors. Along with the classic collection of poems, "White Stains", Wet Angel has also added "The Nameless Novel" and in return have dubbed this edition, "The Flowers of Eros and Evil".

Though this is the only edition of `White Stains' that I currently own, it seems superior to the more widely available "CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform" edition, if only because of its preferred artwork and the addition of "The Nameless Novel".
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