Chant funèbre pour Ignacio Sanchez Mejias & Ode à Walt Whitman. Traduits par Rolland-Simon.

[Paris], GLM, 1938.

Sm. 4to, pp. [48]; a fine copy, uncut in the original orange printed wrappers.

£500

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Rare first edition in French of Lorca’s Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías: copy no. 2 of 20 printed on hollande pannekoek (first paper) of a total edition of 470.

Laurenti & Siracusa 390. OCLC records copies at Yale, Kansas, Texas and Princeton; not in the British Library catalogue.

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