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Paris: Éditions André Sauret 1983 - Four volumes (complete), small 4to., blue pebbled leather lettered in gilt with ornate gilt cover designs; top edges gilt; profusely illustrated; publisher's slipcases. Deluxe edition; set number 3,945 ---- Screenwriter and poet Jacques Prevert (1900-1977) became all the rage in the nightclubs and cafés of Saint-Germain-des Pres after the Second World War. Many of his poems were directed toward the same youthful audience that listened to Paul Sartre in the café Flore. Reflecting the various fevers of his age (from flirtations with the unconscious to apprehensions of the absurd), Prevert remained the writer who, according to his friend Henri Michaux, exposed the "flaws in the social order with brilliance." A gorgeous set. Shipping extra [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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