Brassai/Henry Miller: Quiet Days in Clichy
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Quiet Days in Clichy. Text by Henry Miller. Photographs by Brassaï. Olympia Press, Paris, 1956. 171 pp. Octavo. First printing. Stiff self-wraps with jacket designed by T. Tajiri. Profusely with two sided full-page plates by Brassaï.

Quiet Days In Clichy is one of Miller's more risqué works (which is saying a lot). It is the story of Joey, a writer with no money and no real job prospects, and his roommate Carl, a sex maniac with a thing for younger women. Brassaï's photos, interspersed throughout, form an brilliant impressionistic backdrop to Miller's lurid tale of oversexed bohemians in 1950's Paris.

A notoriously fragile book in Fair condition; though binding is somewhat shaken and starting in several places, book presents nicely; quater inch tear to front wrapper at crown of spine; tears to jacket at crown and base of spine; wear to jacket at joint and fore-edges.
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