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Journal d'une petite fille, 1940-1944. . . . 10e édition

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Journal d'une petite fille, 1940-1944. . . . 10e édition

by Rouchaud, Martine, b. 1928

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Paris: NRF / Gallimard, 1945     ¶ Wartime diary of a young French girl aged 12-16, written for her father who was stranded in New York for the duration; INSCRIBED to a longtime friend of her father's, "Pour Béatrice Leval, qui maintenant n'est plus seulement l'amie de Papa, mais aussi la nôtre. Avec toute l'affection de Martine." (Beatrice Leval, of New York, was also a close friend of Jacques Schiffrin, who had founded the Éditions de la Pléiade in 1925 and who was then 'eliminated' from the cultural life of Paris in 1940; he emigated to New York, where he founded Pantheon Books in 1942 and published an English version of this Journal -- by Rimbaud's translator Louise Varèse -- in 1946.)   ||| Collation: In 8s (185 x 117 mm): 142 leaves, paginated [1-7] 8-281 [282-284].  Binding: Half green calf lettered in gilt, patterned boards and endpapers, top-edges gilt, others untrimmed, preserving the original printed wrappers (priced 115 F) bound in.  Condition: Browned as usual, spine sunned.  Provenance: Beatrice Reiter Leval (1911-2004), picture-collector, from the author as above.   ||| For further details please contact Jay Dillon  Rare Books + Manuscripts, as below.  Pour plus de détails, veuillez contacter Jay Dillon  Rare Books + Manuscripts, comme ci-dessous..

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Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
L0002
Title
Journal d'une petite fille, 1940-1944. . . . 10e édition
Author
Rouchaud, Martine, b. 1928
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
NRF / Gallimard
Place of Publication
Paris
Date published
1945
Keywords
Rouchaud Sarcey Martine Journal d\'une petite fille 1940 1944 The time of our lives Paris NRF Nouvelle Révue Revue Française Francaise Gallimard 1945   World War 1939 1945 Second World War World War II WW2 Personal narratives narrative
Bookseller catalogs
¶ current; French Literature;

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Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts is a private, research-intensive rare-book dealer of forty years' experience in and around New York, specialized in exceptional books, manuscripts, and cultural property. Jay Dillon has been responsible for selling or appraising more than $100 million worth of books and manuscripts spanning some three thousand years. In 1989 Jay Dillon was the editor and principal author of a richly annotated catalogue that was hailed in the English press as one of the ten best books -- of any kind -- published that year. In 1994 he was invited to narrate the Discovery Channel program on the history of monopoly; and four years later he was consulted by the Zapruder family in connection with their famous film of the assassination of President Kennedy -- which, as it turned out, Mr Dillon valued more accurately than any other appraiser. The firm maintains a wide and productive network of relationships both among private collectors and in the trade; and we are currently engaged in building a number of outstanding private collections for our clients. Books and manuscripts offered to the public are mainly duplicates from our clients' libraries, or otherwise surplus to their needs. Our appraisal services include formal appraisals for insurance, estate-settlement, and tax purposes. For details please contact Dillonbook@AOL.com.

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