Minneapolis: Mythos Institute, 1992. black and white figures. The first three issues of Mythos Journal which "celebrates the Symbolic Life in myths, dreams, rituals, folklore and emergent mythologies."
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Key West: Whiz Bang, 2017. Debut novel from a leading expert on Persian carpets. Fast paced and engrossing noir thriller. "Declan Curtis is a bohemian Oriental rug dealer who is fond of single malt, fine food and Emily Dickinson. While doing business in Zurich, he is offered a dicey proposition."
New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, 1931. Translated from the Russian by Charles Malamuth.
London: Printed for James Asperne by S. Rousseau, 1805. Samuel Rousseau (1763-1820) was a British orientalist, and cousin of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. He had his printing press in London at Clerkenwell where he commissioned Arabic letters to create the first Arabic press in Great Britain. He compiled the first Arabic-English dictionary...
Chicago: Elm Street Chapbooks, 1997. No illustrations. Murder mystery by well known Oriental rug bibliophile. Limited to 226 copies.
New York: Edwin C. Hill, 1906. With prefatory poem by Edmund W. Gosse.