Farges, Albert. Mystical Phenomena compared with their Human and Diabolical Counterfeits: A Treatise on Mystical Theology in agreement with the principles of St. Teresa set forth by the Carmelite Congress of 1923 at Madrid; Translated from the Second French Edition, by S. P. Jacques. London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, LTD, 1926.
Red cloth, spine faded, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, recent former owner's signature on ffep, xvi., 668 clean pp., tight. Top page edge red; side and bottom foxed. 
With NIHIL OBSTAT & IMPRIMATUR. Mgr. Albert Farges (1848-1926), Doctor of Philosophy and Theology; Laureate of the French Academy; Former Director of Saint-Sulpice and of the Institut Catholique of Paris.
"Mgr. Farges writes from the point of view of Roman Catholic orthodoxy, and as a fervent disciple of St. Teresa and St. Thomas Aquinas...Whatever method of studying mystical phenomena our own prejudices make us prefer, we must recognize that within his voluntarily accepted limitations Mgr. Farges has written a learned, interesting, and profoundly religious work" - R. H. Thoules (1926).