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The World's Tragedy

CROWLEY, ALEISTER

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ISBN 10: 1561840149 / ISBN 13: 9781561840144
Published by New Falcon Publications, Tempe, Arizona, 1991
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8vo, 114pp. Softcover, in very good condition. Tight binding and crisp, clean, interior. Very slight rubbing to corners of covers, otherwise fine. Bookseller Inventory # 008468

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Title: The World's Tragedy

Publisher: New Falcon Publications, Tempe, Arizona

Publication Date: 1991

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

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"Christianity is not only the cause but the symptom of slavery". Crowley's tongue is at its sharpest in this indictment of Christianity. The World's Tragedy is more relevant than ever with the current rise of the Fundamentalist Movement. With incisive commentary by Crowley experts Pegardie, Hyatt, and DuQuette.

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