AMOROUS EXPLOITS OF A YOUNG RAKEHELL PDF

Sex, celebrity, true crime, sleaze, vintage, trash, exploitation Guillaume Apollinaire is a name well-known to anyone who has ever studied the history of modern painting, literature or French culture as being one of the early mover and shakers in the Paris avante garde art scene of the turn of the century, where he was an influential critic and friend of many a famous painter. The illegitimate son of Polish aristocracy, the few literary works he published during his brief life, including the novella The Poet Assassinated and a book of experimental poems entitled Alcohols , were stylistic milestones and pivotal representations of Cubist and Futurist literature, and it is even claimed that he alone coined the name "Surrealism" to describe his play The Breasts of Tiresias Truth be told, however, outside and inside of France, nowadays, more people have probably heard of him, if only fleetingly, than they have read him.

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Possibly of no interest to anyone other than myself and a handful of other collectors, this was one I have waited a very long time to obtain a copy. I had always been puzzled by the rapid reissue of this title, first published in June 53, and immediately reissued in July 53, the latter being extremely common and this the first being very scarce indeed.

Once in hand the reason for the reissue appears to be the change of address of the publisher on the title page, why the price also disappears from the back cover between first and second issue I cannot guess. This information was always available in the bibliography but somehow I had missed it. The index number corresponds to the actual location of the description in the bibliography.

Printed on white wove paper. Contents: pp. Front Cover Binding: Plain white wrappers trimmed flush with body of the book, under dark green dustjacket printed in black, with front wrapper framed by border of white, six-pointed stars.

Although generally credited as an original work by Guillaume Apollinaire, it is actually a word-for-word translation by the poet of Kinder-Geilheit.

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Another elusive variant, this one is peculiar in that two editions were issued in quick succession, the first in JUNE and the second in JULY , the image below is of the JULY 53 edition, which I have 2 copies of, apart from the print dates and the price on the back of the first pritning no price on the second both editions are identical, I believe the rapid second printing is an old French publishers con, designed to give the impression that a title is selling particularly well, regardless of the rationale the end result is the same and the first printing is hard to find. I am prepared to exchange multiple titles with some reservations for a Very Good copy of this edition, it does however need to be complete with all first edition points as listed below, in the bibliographical description provided as always courtesy of Patrick Kearney, The Paris Olympia Press, The Liverpool University Press The index number is the actual location of the description in the bibliography. Printed on white wove paper. Contents: pp.

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Books Wanted: Amorous Exploits of a Young Rakehell, Guillaume Apollinaire JUNE 1953 Printing

Possibly of no interest to anyone other than myself and a handful of other collectors, this was one I have waited a very long time to obtain a copy. I had always been puzzled by the rapid reissue of this title, first published in June 53, and immediately reissued in July 53, the latter being extremely common and this the first being very scarce indeed. Once in hand the reason for the reissue appears to be the change of address of the publisher on the title page, why the price also disappears from the back cover between first and second issue I cannot guess. This information was always available in the bibliography but somehow I had missed it. The index number corresponds to the actual location of the description in the bibliography. Printed on white wove paper.

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