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Nocalore Press, 1935. Book. Fair. Soft cover. 12 pages, 8vo. Very Scarce. A booklet of poems by Arthur Edward Waite. Includes a foreword by J. Ray Shute. Poems included: The Soul's Hope, The Soul's Invocation, The Soul's Splendour, The Soul's Consolation, The Soul and the Sea. Stapled spine, tan soft wraps with black title on front cover. Heavy shelfwear: volume is missing the back cover, and the last page leaf (page 12) is heavily torn, with the bottom half of the page reconstructed from different paper and the remainder of the poem there-on ("The Soul and the Sea") written in blue pen. Light tanning and foxing throughout. Volume is in Fair condition..
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