Paris: Henry Parville (1927). 4to. 16pp.
A beautifully produced collection of thirteen poems by Lévis-Mano, with a tipped in portrait of the author by "Françoise Nicole" who also contributes a frontispiece drawing. The style of both illustrations is remarkably like that of Romaine Brooks, who was working in Paris at the same time. A quite uncommon and early work by one of the most important French publishers of the twentieth century. A very good copy in original wrappers with label on cover.