Not the Life of Sir Roger Bloxam
By Aleister Crowley
Shortly after his arrival in New York, Crowley recorded in his diary his hope of attracting to himself a man like Jerome Pollitt, the love of his Cambridge youth. In his picaresque novel Not the Life and Adventures of Sir Roger Bloxam—written in the period 1916–1917 and described by Crowley as a “Novelissim” (innovative curiosity)—Crowley offered a disguised paean to Pollitt that echoed his love poems in the pseudonymous Scented Garden 1910.
– Laurence Sutin, Do what thou wilt: a life of Aleister Crowley, p 245
- CHAPTER SUPPOSE WE SAY FORTY-FOUR: Knobsworthy Bottoms.
- CHAPTER THREE: In Which the Reader is Introduced to the Hero.
- CHAPTER FOUR: The Shadow of Tragedy.
- CHAPTER SEVEN: Before the Beginning of Years.
- CHAPTER EIGHT: The Dawn of a Brighter Day.
- CHAPTER NINE: Alas! Poor Yorick!.
- CHAPTER TEN: The Murder in Greencroft Gardens.
- CHAPTER SIX HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-EIGHT: Kissed At Last.
- CHAPTER ELEVEN: Of Publishers: With an African Fable.
- CHAPTER FOURTEEN: How Sir Roger Got His Nick-Name.
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