A facsimile of the 1923 Occult Classic! Restored and Digitally enhanced for the first time. Oscar Wilde died in the year 1900. This book chronicles the communications of the late Oscar Wilde with a medium in the 1920s. About this book, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said: “I do not think that any person… with an open mind can doubt that the case for Wilde’s survival and communication is an overpoweringly strong one.” Read it for yourself to visit one of the great talents and wits in literary history!
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Take a trip through time with MOJO BROS. BOOKS as we look back at an assortment of slightly bawdy Bar Napkins from years gone by. BevNaps of this sort became a fixture at the 1950s Suburban Cocktail Party, and their ribaldry was part of the charm associated with long-stemmed cocktail glasses, the swirling of Gin, Vermouth, and ice, the leer of comedians like the famed Groucho Marx – whose own like of Bawdy BevNaps we proudly feature in this volume. While considered tame by today’s standards, these items tickled the funny-bone of generations who lived before “R” and “X” rated movies routinely streamed into the home. Yes, to some these will seem sexist, maybe even offensive. What can we do about the overly sensitive? Those features are precisely what makes these items so quaint and nostalgic. So come on back to a time when we laughed at the “Battle of the Sexes” and didn’t hire lawyers to sue people over making gently risqué jokes.