New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, 1950. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very Good. xx, 220 pp. Boards lightly edgeworn, contents clean and sound. Dust jacket has a few small chips and tears. "In 1911 a mysterious volume without author's or publisher's name and bearing the title C.R.D.N., appeared in France. The book was the first part of Andre Gide's now famous dialogues on sexual differentiation. After many editions in France and other European countries, Corydon has at last been translated and appears for the first time in the United States" (dust jacket). (Inventory #: 1715)
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