Crowley's translation of "Les Litanies de Satan"
Hello everyone. I haven't posted here in a good long while, but I need to ask for a bit of help. I've seen a translation by Crowley of Charles Baudelaire's "Les Litanies de Satan" for years now on all sorts of websites, and I simply cannot find any info on exactly when and where Crowley wrote or published this particular translation, or if it's even really by Crowley. Does anyone here have this info?
Crowley's title for Baudelaire's Les Litanies de Satan is The Litany of Satan which he published in Oracles (1905). It is reprinted in his Collected Works Volume 2 on page 15. It begins:
O thou, of Angels fairest and most wise,
God by Fate's treachery short of liturgies!
O Satan, have pity of my long misery!
Perhaps that is the one you mean.
Jeez, I had even scrolled through the table of contents for the Collected Works and somehow skimmed right past the entry "Translations from Baudelaire." Derp. Thanks.