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Paul Eluard / Françoise Gilot - Pouvoir tout dire - 1951

First edition on common paper after the 115 rare first on vellum of Arches, of one of the last collection of poetry by Paul Eluard, illustrated with 10 full-page drawings (including the cover) by Françoise Gilot (1921- ), in the style of Picasso, of whom she was the companion from 1944 to 1953.

Paperback, cover illustrated by Françoise Gilot.
Pleasant copy, uncropped, partially sun-bleached cover, handwritten name in green ink "Gouzalezg" at the bottom of the front cover. Interior in a beautiful condition, without foxing.

Paul Éluard (1895-1952), poet and pillar of surrealism.
"Après la guerre, il revient à sa première source d'inspiration : l'amour. Et l'un de ces derniers recueils est intitulé "pouvoir tout dire". Il témoigne de l'amour et de sa confiance en l'être humain."

Paul Eluard / Françoise Gilot
Pouvoir tout dire
Paris, Editions Raisons d'Être, 1951
8vo (19 x 14 cm); 89pp. 2f.

Object Book
Number of Books 1
Subject Illustrated, Poetry
Author/ Illustrator Paul Eluard / Françoise Gilot
Book Title Pouvoir tout dire
Condition Good
Publication year oldest item 1951
Edition 1st Edition
Language French
Original language Yes
Number of pages 89
Dimensions 19×14 cm
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