New York: Random House, (1994),
First American Edition. octavo, boards & cloth in dust jacket. xxii, (362)pp. Random House, Very fine copy. Item #3552
"...the astonishing but true story of the flamboyant rogue publisher Maurice Girodias, whose Paris-based Olympia Press gave birth to a curious mixture of raffish pornography and some of the most significant fiction of the twentieth century...His father was Jack Kahane, an Edwardian dandy who capped his life by publishing Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, and Anais Nin...This is a witty and spirited account of an extraordinary publisher who courted women, fame, fortune, and bankruptcy in equal measure..."
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