New York; (1950): Philosophical Library. Octavo. 296 pp. translated by Elsie Pell. In this collection of reminiscences and thoughts, Gide presents his moral, political and religious beliefs. He discusses those who influenced; Goethe, Mann, Hesse, Rimbaud and others. Bound in brown cloth lettered in gilt over dark brown, spine lettering gilt over dark brown, a very nice copy in a good dust jacket with light wear to corners, spine ends and chip to upper edge of rear panel.
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