New York: Brentano, 1944. In French and English, translation and introduction by Maurois. 133 pages. 8vo., toned paper wrappers showing some light edge-wear, front hinge is fragile, within protective cloth wrappers. New York: Bretano's, (1944). A very good copy. Inscribed by Maurois on flyleaf: "Pour Teodore ... Rousseau ce souvenir de temps difficiles si... vaut traduire ... avis ... Andre Maurois" *Theodore Rousseau, curator in chief and vice director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Paris: Grasset, 1920. Dessins Originaux de Bernard Boutet de Monvel, Graves sur Bois Par Gasperini. Tall thin 8vo,buckram backed cloth, original wrappers bound in. Paris, (1920). Limited Edition. One of 500 numbered copies. The authors first book, "Le Silence de Col. Bramble" was published in 1918, and brought him immediate fame. Presentation copy, signed on the half-title,