Le Cabaret De La Belle Femme Orne De Huit Eaux-fortes De Jacques Simon
Dorgeles, Roland

Paris, France: Librairie De La Revue Francaise Alexis Redier, Editeur, 1929. F 321 pages; limited edition No. 476, with 8 tissue-guarded etchings in black and white by Jacques Simon, collated complete, depicting the trench warfare of France in World War I. The colophon notes the publication data, "Ce livre, le quatrieme de la collection "Le Paon Blanc" a ete imprime sur les presses de Coulouma, Maitre Imprimeur a Argenteuil, H. Barthelemy etant directeur, pour le compte de La Librairie de la Revue Francaise, Alexis Redier, Editeur, A Paris..." French text; not dated. Our research indicates the book is circa 1929. Initial letters and running-title lines printed in gray-blue. Approx. 6" x 9"; original plain paper covers, taped over by previous owner. Contents with an occasional spot; generally very clean, including the strong etchings; in good condition. The French novelist Roland Dorgeles (1885 - 1973) was a veteran of World War One and a member of the Académie Goncourt. Good Paperback (Item ID: 24879)


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