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Weiser Antiquarian: The Book of pleasure, First edition


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Does someone know if the omitted drawings and chapters are present in this edition?
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/cgi-bin/wab455/40747.html

It's only 60 pages long, so I doubt it, but it must differ in ways from the other editions (it's so very expensive). I would be grateful if a lucky owner can compare it to newer editions.

I would also like to know how many new drawings are added to Fulgur's The Focus of life redux edition


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"Kharlatan" wrote:
Does someone know if the omitted drawings and chapters are present in this edition?
http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/cgi-bin/wab455/40747.html

It's only 60 pages long, so I doubt it, but it must differ in ways from the other editions (it's so very expensive). I would be grateful if a lucky owner can compare it to newer editions.

I would also like to know how many new drawings are added to Fulgur's The Focus of life redux edition

This is the first edition of The Book of Pleasure, and that is the reason that it is so expensive. Being the first edition, the omitted material is not here, and so far as I know has never been in the subsequent editions. It is possible that Spare never completed the "omitted" material, and if that's the case then it may never come to light of course.

The additional material in The Focus of Life as published by Fulgur consists of drawings from a book of drawings and paintings more sexually explicit than those published in the book of the same name. There's perhaps twenty or thirty new pictures, at a guess. You're likely to get more accurate information from the Fulgur website, or by emailing the publisher.


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 Anonymous
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Thanks for the info Michael!


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