First edition of this heavily illustrated selected of Peake's poems, excerpted novels, articles, and previously unpublished works and fragments, co-edited and with a biographical introduction by sculptor and writer Gilmore, Peake's widow.
Excellent association copy first edition of Levy's "clarification of the surrealist point of view," in the scarce Joseph Cornell dust jacket, fondly inscribed by Levy (both as himself and as "Peter Lloyd") to Joella Loy (Bayer), then his wife, with whom he opened the Julien Levy Gallery.
By Heinrich von Kleist, illustrated by Alfred Kubin
Scarce edition of Kleist's narrative of a doomed and unstable transgressive romance set amid the tumult of the Haitian revolution, illustrated with frightful lithographs by tormented Austrian Symbolist Alfred Kubin.
By Franz Kafka, illustrated by José Luis Cuevas, introduction by Robert Coles
First Limited Editions Club edition of Kafka's most famous work, introduced by Robert Coles and signed by illustrator Cuevas, whose etchings and drawings second Coles's interpretation of the story as a "psychiatric parable."