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272 pages, with a seven-page introduction by the editor and index: ''lists those places in which Arthur Machen lived, worked, wrote, ate, drank and worshipped. It is also a guide to sites that influenced his life and his work. It is illustrated, often with contemporary photographs, and includes quotes from Machen, and those that knew him''. With over 160 entries, an indispensible volume for any admirer of the work of Arthur Machen, author of The Great God Pan, The Hill of Dreams, and other works of sorcery and sanctity. 400 copies printed.
''there is much to be gained from wandering around the lanes and footpaths of Machen’s family home in Llanddewi, Gwent, because the landscape is essentially unchanged from when he lived there as a boy. Arthur Machen’s London is rather different. Machen experienced it as a city of delight and wonder when he first visited it in 1880, but when he lived there in the mid 1880s it was the backdrop to poverty and hardship, doubt and frustration. However, after this dark period, it was the anvil upon which some of his most important friendships and relationships were forged, and where he had the most strange and mysterious encounters''.
Title: Occult Territory: An Arthur Machen Gazetteer.
Edition: First edition (& 1st printing).
Publisher: Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire.: 2019.
ISBN Number: 1912586142
ISBN Number 13: 9781912586141
Grading: Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 45383