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Ernest de GENGENBACH Judas ou le vampire surréaliste

Ernest de GENGENBACH

Judas ou le vampire surréaliste

Les éditions premières, Paris 1949, 12x19cm, broché.


first edition, one of the numbered copies on Alfa paper, only large papers with 62 "pur-fil" paper.
Our copy is enriched with an autograph signed letter of 4 pages from Ernest de Gengenbach, probably addressed to Eric Losfeld, dated September 10, 1976 in which he complains of pecuniary misdeeds due to the great delay in the publication of "The Mass Notwithstanding the conditions inherent in the signature of the contract with Philipacchi and in particular the advances on copyright which would enable it to avoid expropriation and pay its bills of daily living ... This critical material situation Encouraged Ernest Gegenbach and his wife to play their interpersonal skills: "... My wife who (fortunately) has retained her relations with the bourgeois, diplomatic and ecclesiastical world has had enough of these palinods. , Promoted to high positions that offer financial intervention to prevent us from being expropriated.I can not both accept their help and let publish the "Mass Of gold "which is a sacrilegious anti-clerical work ..."
A precious handwritten letter informing us of the financial difficulties of a sulphurous writer who was divided by the dilemma of his literary existence conditioned by his fragile material security.

350 €

Réf : 59597

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