Title: The Boy Who Saw True
Author: Introduction, Afterword and Notes by Cyril Scott
Description: Fifth impression (Nov 1974) of the 1961 edition. Gray cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Price marked in red pencil on ffep, otherwise interior is clean and bright. Dust jacket is rubbed; ends of spine and corners show some chipping; not price clipped; in an archival sleeve. 248 pp. 7.25 x 4.75 inches.
The diary of a young Victorian boy born with clairvoyance, written between 1885 and 1888. It is noted that he could see auras and spirits, but did not realize that others were not similarly gifted, which resulted in his being misunderstand and suffering many indignities. The character of the dairy reveals the thoughts, emotions and perplexities of a young man growing up in the North of England in the 1880s. It was first published in 1953, with the permission of the diarist's widow.
Introduction, Afterword and Notes by the English composer, writer, poet, and occultist, Cyril Scott (1879-1970).
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good+
Publisher: Neville Spearman
Keywords: clairvoyance, occult, metaphysics, Victorian, diary, diaries, life in England, 1880s,
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