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Hymn to Pan.

   

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Print
Variations
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1000 copies printed. on hand-made paper.1
Printed on a single sheet of 11 3/4” x 8 7/8” buff colored paper folded once to make four pages.2

 
Publisher:

The Argus Book Shop.1

 
Printer:

The Renshaw Press.2

 
Published At:

434 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago.2

 
Date:

About 1917.1  Other sources place the publication date at 1919 which I would think more likely since it coincides with its first publication by Crowley in the Equinox, Vol III, No. 1.

 
Edition:

1st Edition.

 
Pages:

4.

 
Price:

Priced at 25 cents.2

 
Remarks:

This edition misspelled Aleister as Aliester.

 
Pagination:

Page(s)

 

[  1]

Title-page

[2-3]

Text

[  4]

Colophon ‘[Ornamental Rule] | Of this broadside one thousand | copies were printed for the | ARGUS BOOK SHOP | By the RENSHAW PRESS | [Ornamental Rule] | Twenty-five Cents 434 S. Wabash Ave.’

 
Contents:

 

 

Author’s
Working
Versions:

1.

Typescript containing annotations in the hand of Aleister Crowley.  Pages:  1.  Warburg Institute Collection.

 

Other
Known
Editions:

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The Equinox, Volume III, Number I, Universal Publishing Company, Detroit, 1919.

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Magick in Theory and Practice (Section 1), Lecram Press, Paris, 1929.

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Magick in Theory and Practice (Subscriber's Edition), Lecram Press, Paris, 1930.

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Olla:  An Anthology of Sixty Years of Song, O.T.O., London, 1946.

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American Aphrodite, Volume 1, Number 1, Samuel Roth, New York, 1951.

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Winter Solstice An. II iv, issued by Alan Watt, 1952.

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Selected Poems, Crucible Books, England, 1986.

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The King of the Shadow Realm, John Symonds, Duckworth & Company, Ltd., London, 1989.

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Portable Darkness, Edited by S.Michaelsen, Harmony Books, New York, 1989.

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The Giant’s Thumb, Mandrake, England, 1992.

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Broadsheet Collection, Mandrake, England, 1993.

 
Bibliographic
Sources:

1.

Gerald Yorke, A Bibliography of the Works of Aleister Crowley (Expanded and Corrected by Clive Harper from Aleister Crowley, the Golden Dawn and Buddhism:  Reminiscences and Writings of Gerald Yorke, Keith Richmond, editor, The Teitan Press, York Beach, ME, 2011, p. 58.

2.

Personal observation of the item.

 

Comments by
Aleister
Crowley:

     Tahuti being the Lord of Speech, I published number 1 of volume III of The Equinox on March 21st, 1919. I arranged for it to contain something like a complete programme of my proposed Operation to initiate, emancipate and relieve mankind.
The first item is a “Hymn to Pan”, which I believe to be the most powerful enchantment ever written.

     The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.  New York, NY.  Hill and Wang, 1969.  Page 841.

 
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