Paris: Gallimard, 1963. Large hardcover 4to in laminated pictorial boards backed into cloth spine with guilt lettering, and three fold-outs. 192 pp. Text in French.
Massin’s typographic interpretation of the Queneau classic which tells the story of a man seeing the same stranger twice in one day 99 different ways and thereby demonstrating the vast number of ways a story can be told. A Massin classic complete with handsomely laid out text, traditional and avant-garde typographic interpretations, DADA references, photographs, tattoos, and illustrations.
Very good with trace amounts of rubbing to covers, darkening along spine extending to the front and back covers, a small tear to spine cloth at rear crown, bumps to corners, and age toning throughout. Item #391