Proust; [and] Three Dialogues.London: John Calder, 1965 Stock Code: 123408
Original binding, with slipcaseSigned limited edition, number 28 of 100 copies signed by Beckett and specially bound. Proust, Beckett's epistemological and aesthetic manifesto, was first published in 1930. Three Dialogues, a series of letters between Beckett and Duthuit concerning contemporary art, was first published in the literary journal transition in 1949.
Octavo. Original white calf-backed green cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, gilt facsimile signature to front cover, gilt edges. Housed in the green cloth slipcase.
Spine very lightly sunned, tiny markings to covers, rear of slipcase bumped. An excellent copy.
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