LES NOCES CHYMIQUE DU CAPITAINE NEMO ET DE SALOMÉ. [Paris]: Gallimard, . Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-166 [167-176], printed wrappers. First edition, trade issue. "Written around 1930, this is an avant-garde work by an important Verne scholar, a surrealistic 'opera without music' whose title (The Chemical Wedding of Captain Nemo and Salome) alludes to a seventeenth Rosicrucian document (The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosencreutz). In this book and elsewhere, Moré stresses Verne's receptivity to modern currents in music." - Robert Eldridge. Lower edges bumped, a very good copy. (#134184).
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