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Kiki's Memoirs. Introduction By Ernest Hemingway.
by [Paris in the 1920s] Kiki (Alice Prin).

Publisher Information:
Black Manikin Press, Paris: 1930.

A Very Good copy in paper wraps. First English Translation. Touch of soiling to cream covers and slight crinkling to front cover from handling. Missing the glassine jacket, slipcase and wrap around band. Kiki was one of the most colorful and well known inhabitants in Paris in the 1920s; she worked as an artist's model, impromptu cafe performer and lover to Man Ray and other artists. This is an increasingly difficult memoir from the expatriate Paris crowd. Only 1000 copies of this edition printed.

Catalog Maple


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
Book Id: 22967

Price: $485.00

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