In transition: A Paris Anthology -- Writing and Art from transition Magazine 1927-30; With an Introduction by Noel Riley Fitch

In transition: A Paris Anthology -- Writing and Art from transition Magazine 1927-30; With an Introduction by Noel Riley Fitch

New York: Doubleday, 1990. Hardcover. October, 1990. First Edition. 256 p.: illustrations; 24 cm. Black cloth spine with red spine title; red paper over boards. Endpapers bear period advertisements for the Black Sun Press and Gotham Book Mart. Printed in red and black throughout. Experimental literary journal transition was founded in Paris in 1927 by Maria McDonald and her husband Eugene Jolas to publish surrealist, expressionist, and Dada art and artists. This athology "brings together for the first time a stunning collection of pieces drawn from the magazine's first and most influential years, 1927-30." -- dust jacket. Includes poetry, photographs, and other work by Berenice Abbott, Djuna Barnes, Samuel Beckett, Kay Boyle, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Malcolm Cowley, Hart Crane, Max Ernst, H. D., Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Franz Kafka, Paul Klee, Man Ray, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Gertrude Stein, Georg Trakl, Edward Weston, and others. Book and dust jacket are in Fine Condition: clean and bright. Fine / fine. Item #008326
ISBN: 0385411502

Price: $18.00