Editorial: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc, New York
Año de publicación: 1955
Encuadernación: Paper Boards/Cloth Spine
Condición del libro: Near Fine -
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good -
Edición: First Edition.
Minor stain bottom edge front cover. Edges and corners sharp. Small hole left edge center of spine. Pastedowns and endpapers with black and white photographs of Folies shows. Black and white photographs throughout. Dj with small piece missing top spine end, left edge center spine, minor chipping top right corner front panel, small closed tear lower left corner front panel. The Folies-Bergère opened in 1869 as the Folies-Trévise, but changed its name in 1872 because the Duc de Trévise did not want to be associated with them. The theater featured elaborate costumes, an emphasis on exoticism, and often contained a great deal of nudity. The theater featured the famous Joséphine Baker and was world-renowned, attracting the attention of the likes of Manet and Hemingway. It is still in operation today. N° de ref. de la librería 008858
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