Written by Thomas de Quincey in 1821, this Penguin English Library edition was published in 1984 and is edited by Alethea Hayter. It is an autobiographical account of de Quincey's addiction to opium and its effect on his life. The cover of this edition features a detail from the chinoiseries at the Brighton Pavilion.  

Confessions Of An English Opium Eater (1984)

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