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MADNESS IN LITERATURE (And Associated Arts): An Essay-Story

COHEN, Keith

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(New York): (Siamese Banana Press), (1970). First Edition. Small 4to. Printed wraps. Very good plus. Hints of soil and handling wear. Bright and clean throughout. Good and sound. 5pp. (Item ID: 18952)

Short piece on madness in French lit from Johnny Stanton's Siamese Banana Press. Begins by stating that Montaigne was mad "just like the 18th century," and written in a playful style: "well of course there are hundreds of madmen who write letters--think of anybody--think of Rousseau--but getting back to Stendhal, well just think of Balzac--well, no, he's a little more controlled than Stendhal--but think of anybody just anybody in the 19th century..." [Clay and Phillips, p. 220].


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