Paris: Approches, 1968. First edition. Softcover 8vo in wrappers printed in black and red with pages printed in black. Contains a tipped in leporello publication, a small loose card and a white 33 RPM flexi disc housed in white paper sleeve laid in, and letterform die cuts to fifteen pages. 176 pp. Text mostly in French, some English.
Final issue no. 4 of this French experimental, sound, and visual and concrete poetry journal edited by Jean-François Bory and Julien Blaine, of which there were four published between 1965–1969. With contributions by Julien Blaine, Jochen Gerz, Alan Schifres, Jean-François Bory, and Jean-Claude Moineau. Includes a tipped in die cut leporello by Julien Blaine and two laid in items, one of which is Jean-Claude Moineau’s flexible record titled ‘manuel de conversation courante livre deux: la poésie s’écrit comme elle se prononce’.
Very good with rubbing and faint scattered foxing to front and rear inside covers, single reading crease along spine, and trace amounts of age toning throughout. Item #1041