We have recently got our happy hands on a beautiful edition of Le Morte D’Arthur by Thomas Malory, a retelling of the story of King Arthur’s court, the knights of Camelot, and the love affair between Guinevere and Lancelot originally published in 1485. Ours in a stunning facsimile of the 1909 illustrated edition, with illustrationsContinue reading “Featured Book #4: Le Morte D’Arthur (Dorset Press)”
The Historians’ History of the World – 25 Volumes by Henry Smith Williams New York was where it was published by the Outlook Company in 1904. It’s an illustrated bibliography conceived to combine luxury and information for a reader not only curious, but genuinely happy to learn. Vellum covers with decorative gilt and colored stampingContinue reading “Featured Book(s) #3: “The Historians’ History of the World” 25 Volume Set”
For the second installment of our Featured Books series, we’re highlighting a beautiful collection of engravings and descriptions of the various lakes of Scotland by the artist and illustrator, John M. Leighton, Esq, and by the philosopher Professor John Wilson of Edinburgh University.
For the first installment of our “Featured Books” section, I’ve decided to highlight Konx Om Pax: Essays in Light by Aleister Crowley, called the “most evil man who ever lived.”