New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. First Edition. Wraps. 4to. Side-stapled wraps. Four leaves, including covers. Faintly sunned along edges. Very slight staple indentations to front cover. Very good plus. Very good +. Item #23233
Exactly as advertised: the entire extant works -- i.e., a magnificent blank page -- of Thales, first of the pre-Socratics, "the famous Milesian poet, philosopher, physicist, astronomer, mathematician, cosmologist, Urstoff-freak, absent-minded professor, & madman." With an "introduction" by Aristotle (in ancient Greek, without translation), hand-copied from the Metaphysics by Sanders, counterculture hero to a generation of frustrated Classics majors and others. By "valorium" Sanders presumably means "variorum." Then again, maybe he doesn't. "Printed, published & zapped by E. Sanders at a secret location in the lower east side...TOTAL ASSAULT ON THE CULTURE!!!" ("Valorium"