Name inside; moderate wear; pages yellowed, a few foxed or stained; cracking front hinge but a good reading copy. The jacket is partially present but heavily chipped, soiled and torn. "Six men are gathered together in a clubroom with a certain Doctor towle, a psychoanalyst. The subject of their conversation is a portrait of Countess de Moulins in an illustrated paper. since they all think that they would like to know her, Dr. Towle puts each in turn into a hypnotic sleep, during which they meet the Countess. The Doctor's powers do not work however in the case of one of the men, Proctor, who is unbeknown to them all the Countess' lover. Nor does Proctor know that she is about to change her affections to Towle. How these two men struggle for the Countess, and how finally her husband intervenes and saves her, brings this thoroughly original story to a dramatic and convincing conclusion." Illustrator: . Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 121769.