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    Paul Dermée. LE VOLANT D'ARTIMON. POEMS.
    Paris: Jacques Povolozky & Company, 1922. First edition. Signed on short title page by Dermée. Paper covers, folded (with a glassine protective covering). Copy 00, one of the few author copies printed on wove paper. Printed by Boaniche & Company in Paris (October 15, 1922). Near fine. Octavo (7.5" x 9.25"), 44 uncut, unnumbered pages. This work contains three cubist engraved woodcuts by the Polish-born painter and engraver Louis Marcoussis (1878-1941), one in color for the cover. A collection of poems by the Belgian writer, literary critic, and poet Paul Dermée (1886-1951). It is not known to whom Dermée presented a copy of this work.


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