Paris: Le club français du livre, 1964. Large softcover 4to in stiff green wrappers with label affixed to front cover, title and author foil stamped along spine, with 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 and age toning to pages, and light curling to front and back covers. Item #416