EVANGEL AHVALLAH; OR, THE WHITE SPECTRUM. A NOVEL, WHOSE INCIDENTS ARE LINKED TOGETHER BY A CHAIN OF METAPHYSICAL DEDUCTIONS. Kansas City, Mo. Illustrated and Published by the Author, 1895. Octavo, pp. [1-6] [i] ii-iii [1-2] 3-430 [431: blank] [432: ad] [433: blank] [eccentrically foliated by the publisher: rectos of text leaves have even page numbers, versos have odd], two flyleaves (or blank leaves) at front and rear, frontispiece (photographic portrait of the author) and illustrations by the author, some full page, in the text, original dark green cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, floral patterned endpapers. First edition. Mystical novel set out on the prairie. An ad at the rear of the book offering subscriptions to THE LIFE, a magazine edited by Barton and her husband (A. P. Barton), gives a fair idea of the nature of the present volume. The magazine is devoted to the study of "Christian Metaphysics ... [and] scientific and esoteric interpretations of the International Bible Lessons ..." Bleiler (1978), p. 17. Reginald 00925. Wright (III) 365. A clean, bright, nearly fine copy. (#151843).

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