Les Fleurs Bleues; Roman
Soft Cover, Paris: Gallimard - NRF, 1965. Good with no dust jacket.
Book is in the French language. Sound binding. Clean but age-darkened pages. Wrappers are foxed, age-darkened, soiled. Spine creasing. In this novel, Raymond Queneau (1903-1976) addresses the theme of dreaming versus reality through the characters Duc d'Auge, who roams widely through history, and Cidrolin, a character living in Paris the mid-1960s. Which one is dreaming of the other? That is the novel's philosophical question. 7.25" (18.5 cm) tall; 273 pages.