Third edition, containing 59 drawings in black of H.-A. Zo, in the text and published in Paris in 1932 by Alphonse Lemerre. Softcover binding.
A fairly well-preserved copy: worn spine and folds. Friction from use on the crowns with some lacks. Fairly fresh interior with minute spots of foxing.
The origin of the novel is a short text by Raymond Roussel entitled Parmi les Noirs. Print
d’Afrique is first published, at the expense of the author, as a serial in the weekly Le
Gauls on Sunday from number 82 of 10-11 July 1909 to number 101 of 20-21 November 1909.
This publication is accelerated from the end of October, probably because readers are
disinterested in this text. The novel was then published in a volume, always on at the expense
of the author by the éditions Lemerre. This edition differs from the version serialised by
many corrections that relate to punctuation, repetitions and
text enrichments (Wikipedia)
- Aantal boeken
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Raymond Roussel
- Impressions d'Afrique
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Alphonse Lemerre
- Zachte kaft
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 12×18 cm