Dialogue Between a Priest and a Dying Man From an Unpublished Manuscript Edited, with an Introduction and Notes by Maurice Heine. Translated by Samuel Putnam. Marquis de Sade.

Dialogue Between a Priest and a Dying Man From an Unpublished Manuscript Edited, with an Introduction and Notes by Maurice Heine. Translated by Samuel Putnam

Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1927. First Edition thus. Quarto; 52pp. A Very Good to Near Fine copy (extremity wear) in black cloth, front cover stamped in gold, in dust jacket (complete but separated at spine with loss at both ends, wear along folds with some loss). Number 572 of 650 copies on Arches hand-made paper with typography by Douglas C. McMurtrie. A dialogue written by de Sade while incarcerated at the Château de Vincennes in 1782. It is one of his earliest known written works to be dated with certainty, and was first published in 1926... It was subsequently published in English in this limited, hand-numbered edition of 650 copies. (wiki). Item #20479

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