THE LETTERS OF J.E. FLECKER TO FRANK SAVERY.
Printed in an edition limited to 390 numbered copies of which this is one of 310 printed on handmade paper. The twenty-first book issued by the Beaumont Press. The typography and binding produced by Cyril William Beaumont on his press at 75 Charing Cross Road, the decorated cover designed by B. Claudia Guercio, and the title page by Randolph Schwabe. These letters include the author's service in World War I, ending with his death circa 1915. "I'm damned frightened the Germans are going to win and steal a third of France...the world will be hell if they do."
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by Malenfant, Paul Chanel
Limited to 60 copies. Poems illustrated with six silkscreens by Bertrand Bracaval. Signed by the poet and the illustrator. Title page and title on upper board of box in blind. Malenfant is a professor of literature at the University of Quebec at Rimouski. He won the Governor General's Prize in 2001 and the Alain-Grandbois in 1998 for his poetry. In 2005 he was awarded the Alcide-C.-Horth Distinction for his contributions in teaching and writing. Bracaval has been awarded many prizes through nearly four decades beginning with the Prix Lafont in 1967 and most recently the Prix Robert Beltz in 2002. His works are continually exhibited and are held in such public collections as the Centre George Pompidou, British Library, and the Boston Athenaeum.