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Hemingway's Hangover
I found this at a local shop and couldn't resist. The translations are the strange prose style that was popular around this time but what really sets it apart are the illustrations; the artist has obviously studied their Beardsley. Here are a few of the best:

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Wild Bill Turkey
That's a pretty good series. All done by celebrity illustrators of the day. I have that book with a green and black cover…

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And then their edition of Arthur Schnitzler's "Casanova's Homecoming", illustrated by Rockwell Kent…

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Fredfry
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trickthepony
Hmm, I don't remember seeing pictures that depict Baudelaire with such long hair…or sunglasses. Did he actually help write "Dream Sequence"? Fantastic!
absinthist
Charles always alive!
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