New York: Guido Bruno, 1915. 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings. Narrow 8vo, loose in printed gold wrappers. N.Y.: Guido Bruno, 1915. The author's scarce first book. Published as a special series of Bruno Chap Books. Good copy of this ephemera, except for puncture holes coming through the back cover and some pages, not affecting the illustrations.
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Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Title printed in red and black. 3 volumes, slim 8vos, bound in beautiful contemporary 3/4 green morocco, gilt-decorated and lettered spines (spines faded to light brown, a bit darker at ends) with red leather labels; marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Fine copy, handsomely bound. One of the most notorious amatory classic works of the 17th century. The Dialogues are considered the first pornographic work written in Latin. The attribution to Spanish poet Luisa Sigea...