Incidents in the Life of Blavatsky: Compiled from Information Supplied by Her Relatives and Friends
The first edition of this book, published in 1886, was issued during Madame Blavatsky’s lifetime as an indirect protest against the cruel and slanderous attack on her embodied in the Report to the Committee of the Psychical Research Society appointed to investigate the phenomena connected with the Theosophical Society. This Report was very effectually answered at the time, and the passages in my original book especially relating to it are hardly worth reproduction now. But the facts relating to Madame Blavatsky’s life which it then dealt with are more interesting now than ever, in view of the gigantic development of the Theosophical Society and the original edition having been long out of print, the present edition is prepared to meet a wide-spread desire.”
Incidents in the Life of Blavatsky, A. P. Sinnett, The Theosophical Publishing Society, 1913
Hardcover. Ocatvo. Red cloth binding. Formerly belonging to the Theosophical Lending Library, Gloucester Place. Library stamps to end paper and title page. Spine is worn at the edges. Edges foxed slightly. Acceptable condition.