THE LITERARY REMAINS OF GEORGE ARCHIBALD BISHOP A NEUROPATH OF THE SECOND EMPIRE
The Editor hopes that Mental Pathologists, for whose eyes alone this treatise is destined, will spare no precaution to prevent it falling into other hands
Une nouvelle Phèdre a lui moins dure
Table of Contents
A Paean in the Springtime
To J. L.D.
A Ballad of Passive Paederasty
Suggested Additional Stanzas for
‘A Ballad of Burdens’
‘Go into the Highways and Hedges, and Compel Them to Come In’
To My First-Born
Chant au Saint-Esprit
Sleeping in Carthage
With Dog and Dame; an October Idyll
Transcribed by Darryl Lee Emplit III○ of O.T.O.
January, 1995 e.v. first proof reading, more needed.
by Darryl Lee Emplit III○ of O.T.O.
Greek translations by Mbabwa. Greek titles marked by an asterisk.
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