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Good+ clean, tight copy with some general shelf wear; art school ex-lib. copy with usual marks; VG Dj, not price-clipped. Black cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Bw-illus. dj with red lettering. Mylar cover. xiv, 233 with no illustrations. The author traces Artaud's intellectual, philosophical, and psychological development through his own works, in order to understand the visions and perceptions of this man who lived ahead of his time. With a preface by Anais Nin.
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