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ÇA IRA [Numéro 12] by  et al [editors]  Clément - 1921 - from William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB and

ÇA IRA [Numéro 12]

by Pansaers, Clément, et al [editors]

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Eeckeren, [Antwerp], 1921. Whole number 12 (of twenty published). Quarto. Printed wrappers. Slight rust to staples, otherwise a very good copy. The final number of the first volume of this important Belgian periodical of literature and the arts, edited by Maurice Van Essche, Clément Pansaers and Paul Neuhuys. Theo van Doesburg contributes "La Littérature d'Avant- Garde en Hollande"; Jan Cockx contributes an original woodcut; L. Charles-Baudouin contributes "Un Chant d'Exil," and Clément Pansaers contributes "Paradoxes Blennorrhagiques de Lamprido."

  • Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: WRCLIT81443
  • Title: ÇA IRA [Numéro 12]
  • Author: Pansaers, Clément, et al [editors]
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Place: Eeckeren, [Antwerp]
  • Date published: 1921
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