J. -K. Hysmans Et Ses Amis. Documents Inedits
by Chastel, Guy
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Geneve: Grasset, 1957. Book. Fair. Paperback. No Jacket; Acceptable in None Issued jacket Octavo. Illustrated wrapper; reading creases to spine with fading from sun; slight rubbing to edges of wrapper, some stiffening and light staining to spine and rear cover due to exposure to moisture; text in French. This copy belonged to James Laughlin, founder and publisher of New Directions. The water damage was sustained during a fire at Laughlin's house in Norfolk, Connecticut, in February, 1989; occasioned by him falling asleep while smoking a pipe.".
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