Books for Trade: Georges de Chanrosay: Les Amies de Lady Chattieley, Seule relation authentique des exploits scandaleux d’un club fameux dont tout Paris a parlé.   Éditions Modernes,(Collection des Bouleaux Blancs). Paris. nd. c1935


Georges de Chanrosay, also spelled Chanrosey, is the pseudonym of an author, probably French,  who published sadomasochistic stories at Éditions du Vert-Logis , and Éditions Modernes , which became M. Dauchy, F Schmid, editors in the 1940s .

Georges de Chanrosay: Les Amies de Lady Chattieley, Seule relation authentique des exploits scandaleux d’un club fameux dont tout Paris a parlé .  Éditions Modernes,(Collection des Bouleaux Blancs). Paris. nd. c1935. 22.8 x 14.3 cm. Paperback, cover printed in red and black, 12 illustrations by W.Floger (pseudonym of Édouard Bernard), on white glossy paper. Very good condition. Uncommon or even rare work.
Author : Chanrosay, Georges de [written Georges de Chanrosey on the title page]

Reference. Sentenced by the criminal court of the Seine 10th chamber on May 8, 1950 then by the Paris court of appeal 10th chamber on October 27, 1953; condemned by the Seine Criminal Court, 17th Chamber, October 14, 1953.















see also

 

http://www.bibliocuriosa.com/index.php/Les_Amies_de_Lady_Chattieley

http://www.bibliocuriosa.com/index.php/Collection_des_Bouleaux_Blancs

http://www.bibliocuriosa.com/index.php/Extrait_de_Les_Amies_de_Lady_Chattieley

 

Books for Trade:Three volumes bound in one. 1/Yvan Kermor Silk Stockings: 2/ Georges de Chanrosey The Sweet Game of Love: 3/ Georges de Chanrosey, A Little Trottin: Librairie des Éditions Modernes n.d.

 

Georges de Chanrosay: Les Amies de Lady Chattieley 1935

See description in listing above, Condition is very good + a beautiful clean collectors quality copy. Extra images on request. Seller reserves the right to maintain a permanent record of this title on this site, post sale. Extremely Rare. No other copy of this title world wide at time of listing. Price includes postage worldwide.

£200.00

Charles Carrington Collection: Octave Mirbeau The Diary of a Lady’s Maid . Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903. illustrations by Emile Mas, engraved by Eugène Dété.

Another Carrington title that doesn’t, qualify as erotica in the strictest sense, it is however, a  great rarity and particularly interesting in its  association context.

This Book is from the Michael Neal Collection

Octave Mirbeau (16 February 1848 – 16 February 1917) was a French novelist, art critic, travel writer, pamphleteer, journalist, and playwright, who achieved celebrity in Europe and great success among the public, while still appealing to the literary and artistic avant-garde with highly transgressive novels that explored violence, abuse and psychological detachment. His work has been translated into thirty languages.

His two most noted novels are,  ” Le Jardin des supplices” (Torture Garden (1899) and “Le Journal d’une femme de chambre” (Diary of a Chambermaid) (1900), the present volume is the first English translation of  Le Journal d’une femme de chambre, published by Charles Carrington in 1903 entitled “The Diary of a Lady’s Maid”.

For further information

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Diary_of_a_Chambermaid_(novel)


Octave Mirbeau The Diary of a Lady’s Maid . Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.
12 illustrations by Emile Mas, engraved by Eugène Dété. Rebound in publishers boards,original covers preserved. 20cm. viii + 504pp. Printed on fine paper. decorated with numerous chapter heading and endings, and capitals, From the library of Gershon Legman with a dedication signed by Charles Carrington to the engraver Eugène Dété.


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Dedication Charles Carrington.


Ownership Gershon Legman


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