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Gurdjieff a Biography The Anatomy of a Myth
by James Moore
1991 First Edition Element Books Paperback
415 pages, Measures 9 x 6 x 1.5 inches Weighs 1 pound 9 ounces

Condition: Good.
Used book with minor creasing on front cover, bent top corner, potentially sunned spine (hard to tell).
Outer edges are dinged and dusty. First endpapers are blemished..
Else, pages are clean, tight bright.
Overall a good copy.

From the back of the book:
"Charlatan, magician, heroic man of action, revolutionary... Gurdjieff's rich vivid life conjures up conflicting images. But who was the real Gurdjjieff?

James Moore draws on a lifetime's contact with Gurdjieffian pupils to tell the compelling and extraordinary story of this eclectic revolutionary: his studies with the Red Hat Tibetan Llamas at the turn-of-the-century, his travels disguised as a dervish, how he was shot and almost killed twice. this inveterate and restless seeker after the truth coaxed from archaic sources a relevant to philosophy that drew types of men and women to his cause including Ouspensky and Katherine Mansfield. His intriguing teaching methods included sacred dancing in the Science of Idiotism.

Today, Gurdjieff's teachings are decisive influence, speaking authentically to more and more of us of the condition, suffering and spiritual aspiration of modern man."

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