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Title: [I] La plus belle petite fille du monde. Conte fantastique. Introduction Anne Richter - Illustration André Goezu. [ together , as published, with ] [II] De geheimzinnige Meneer Gigus. Fantastisch verhaal. Inleiding Hubert Lampo - Illustratie André Goezu.
Description: Paris, Éditions d'art Agori , s.d. ( after 1967 - before 1999 ) , in-folio, 38 x 28 cm, loose folded in-f° leaves in a blind wrapper, as published, kept in a publisher's box of paper covered board. Printed in an edition of 80 numbered copies, signed by the artist. [I] The first text , byJean Ray, is in French, illustrated with 6 original full page engravings, all signed by the artist ; and 13 ornamental letters. [II] The second text, byJohn Flanders, is in Dutch, illustrated with 4 original full page engravings, all signed by the artist ; and 7 ornamental letters. Extraordinary belgian bibliophile edition in the sphere of ''Magic Realism''. This is one of the very rare publications which contains two texts, different from each other, and different in language, but by the same author. Indeed Raymond Jean de Kremer (Gent 1887- Gent 1964) was a Flemish writer who felt himself equally at ease when writing French or Dutch. Initially he used the pseudonym Jean Ray for his French ; and John Flanders for his Dutch writings. He is generally considered to be the main precursor of Magic Realism in French Belgian and Flemish Dutch literature. The very fine engravings were pulled by the artist himself ; André Goezu, born (1939) and educated in Antwerp, of jewish descent. He moved to Paris in 1968 where he still lives. .

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Price: EUR 600.00 = appr. US$ 652.11 Seller: Antiquariaat Wim de Goeij
- Book number: 44867