London: George Redway, 1899.
New Edition. 380pp. 8vo. Crimson cloth. VG. Crabtree 465; Garrison - Morton 4993; Hunter - Macalpine, pp. 906-10; Zilboorg - Henry, pp. 356-57; Norman 324. Item #316434
The only book-length work by the "Father of Modern Hypnotism."
An reprinting of first full-length treatment of the subject of hypnotism by its founder, after the subject had been met with the success that Braid would not see during his lifetime. With a preface and introduction by the mystic and historian of the occult, A. E. Waite, who designed the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck.