The Hasheesh Eater, Fitz Hugh Ludlow, Level Press, 1975, 1/5000, Very Good

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Ludlow, Fitz Hugh, Satty (Illustrator), David Singer (Illustrator), and Michael Horowitz (Editor). The Hasheesh Eater (San Francisco: Level Press, 1975).
English, First Printing Thus, one of 5000 copies, Very Good, SC, 4to, 11" x 8 1/2," 223 pp., including illustrations.

Silver (metallic gray) paper wrappers with black lettering on spine. Black-and-white illustration on front. Covers have light rubbing and bumped tips, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages have bumped tips, else pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations. The fourth installment in a series of reprinted drug literature, the Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library Editions. This is the 1975 edition of Fitz Hugh Ludlow's famous autobiographical account of his psychedelic and mind-altering experiences when using hashish or cannabis extract. Fitz Hugh Ludlow (also, Fitzhugh Ludlow; 1836-1870) was an American author and journalist. He is perhaps best-known for The Hasheesh Eater which was first published in 1857. Illustrations by Satty. Cover art by David Singer and Satty. Edited by Michael Horowitz. Front colophon on copyright page: "5,000 softbound copies; 300 hardbound copies signed by Satty."

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