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Is the order of R.R. & A.C. to remain a magical order? :
written in March 1901, and given to the Adepti of the Order of R.R. & A.C. in April, 1901 /
|Main Creator:||Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.|
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[London? : no publisher identified, 1901]
"The order Rubidae Rosae & Aureae Crucis was apparently a section of the Order of the Golden Dawn, the mystical society to which yeats belonged. Each member adopted a motto, usually in Latin, and was known in the Order by the initials of the motto; Yeats was Daemon Est Deus Inversus."--Wade 33.
The Quinn library catalogue (1924), page 1137, lists this as by Yeats, and states Yeats never acknowledged authorship.
Inscribed on front cover: "See page 23". Manuscript correction on page 23.
Physical description: 30 pages ; 20 cm.
Citations/References: Wade, Allan. A bibliography of the writings of W. B. Yeats. 1968, 33
Citations/References: A descriptive catalog of W. B. Yeats's library, Edward O'Shea. - New York ; London : Garland, 1985, page 339
|Contained in:||W. B. Yeats Library|
YL 2370 ; YL 2370a: From the Library of W. B. Yeats.
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