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CORPS PERDU.
Paris: Au Sans Pareil, 1926. - Thick octavo. Printed green wrappers. Illustrated with two original drypoints, as well as text illustrations, by Jean Lurçat. As usual, the fugitive green wrappers have faded somewhat, but otherwise about fine. First edition. The edition de tête, being one of twenty numbered copies on vélin de cuve, with two extra suites of the drypoints and illustrations, one on Japon, bound in back, each copy designated with the name of one of the friends of the press. The entire edition consisted of 990 copies, plus copies reserved hors commerce. Published in the year of Soupault's breach with the surrealists over politics, CORPS PERDU is not as widely known as the work it is most often compared to, Breton's NADJA, which it anticipated by a year. MONOD 10380.
      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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