(WHITMAN, Walt). PEAUX, J.; Mannen van beteekenis in onze dagen

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From newsletter 24:

10 DADA Dada soul?ve tout. Paris, "Au Sans Pareil", 1921. 27,8 x 21,2 cm. Original pamphlet. Printed recto and verso. First edition. Twice folded, edges and folds a bit worn, marginally strengthened in some places. Slightly soiled, a marginal tear at the foot.

€ 1212

* Important Dada manifesto. 'DADA conna?t tout. DADA crache tout. MAIS.... Dada vous a-t-il jamais parl?: de l'Italie/ des accord?ons/ des pantalons de femmes/ de la patrie/ des sardines'... et cetera. Someone crossed out 'du Massachussetts'! 'DADA ne parle pas. DADA n'a pas d'id?e fixe. DADA n'attrape pas les mouches'. 'Dada existe depuis toujours/ La sainte Vierge d?j? fut dada?ste/ Dada n'a jamais raison!'. This wonderful manifesto is signed (in print) by Edgar Var?se, Tristan Tzara, Philippe Soupault, Man Ray, Fran?ois Picabia, Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Andr? Breton, Hans Arp, Louis Aragon and several others.

 

From newsletter 21:

25.  MATRAS, Pierre, & E.-L. BOUCHER Les Dadas. Roman Hippique, Satirique et Sentimental. Paris, Marcel Seheur Éditeur, about 1930. 23 x 14,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. (2), 158 pp. Uncut. First edition. A bit soiled, loosening. 

€ 16

* Attractive humoristic drawings by Matras coupled by a nice story about Bidart, an old soldier, and his love, Caramella. About French soldiers returning from the Great War.

From newsletter 20:

7. BRETON, André Entretiens 1913-1952. (SIGNED). Avec André Parinaud et D. Arban, J.-L. Bédouin, R. Bélance, C. Chonez, P. Demarne, J. Duché, F. Dumont, C.-H. Ford, A. Patri, J.-M. Valverde. (Paris, Gallimard, 1952). Original wrappers. (4), 320 p. 8th edition. Backstrip worn..

€ 160

* Copy with autograph signed dedication by Breton to the Amsterdam professor of French Sem Dresden (1914-2002): 'A M. Sem Dresden/ très sincère hommage d'/ André Breton'. A collection of radio interviews about Breton's youth, the Great War, the origins of Dada and Surrealism, and about meeting Apollinaire, Freud, Trotsky and others.