Paris: Société d'édition " Les belles lettres ", 1925
Victor Bérard (translation)
- 3 volumes;
- postcard inserted on page 61 of volume 2. The postcard is of Dürer's painting of the two praying hands, and there are holes in the top centre suggesting that it has been hung on a wall by a nail or the like. Poststamp is Kassel, 16 February 1932, and is addressed to Beckett at École Normale. Sender is presumably Cissie Sinclair: "Feb 16th Am sending the things you left here on today. I was waiting to know your permanent address but as that is not forthcoming apparently . . . Am disappointed not to hear from you and hope you are alright. Things as usual here, only more so. Lebewohl C.[bottom left:] I hope you got the [sleevelinks?] alright.[bottom right:] Contents of packet 1 Scarf 1 silk handkerchief 2 pair socks 1 scissors (in socks)".
- Last pages of volume 3, ie the section 'Chant XXIV', are uncut.
Available scans ▿cover, tp, 61insertrecto, 61insertverso.