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David Levering Lewis, New York University professor and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, discusses his new book. The author of seven books and editor of two more, Lewis's narrative reveals how...
Audio Lecture: God's Crucible—Islam and the Making of Europe, 570-1215
Picasso was known for creating author portraits for publications of Shakespeare, Tolstoy, and other classic authors, but he also created them for his friends to be published in their contemporary...
Portraits: Paul Éluard
Paris: Le Degré 41, 1949. Cramer, no. 54.

This beautiful and ambitious book includes poems writ- ten between 1910 and 1948 and accompanying prints by multiple artists, including...
<em>Po&#233;sie de mots inconnus</em>
Pablo Picasso. El carnet de La tauromaquia de Pepe Illo. Barcelona: G. Gili, 1963.

As part of a running joke about Pepe Illo, Picasso included many excerpts and drawings from...
<em>El carnet de La tauromaquia de Pepe Illo</em> (1 of 2)
Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona: Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45. The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of Picasso's during...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (3 of 4)
Ramón Reventós. Deux Contes. Paris-Barcelona: Éditions Albor, 1947. Cramer, no. 45. The little-known author Ramón Reventós was a dear friend of Picasso's during...
<em>Deux Contes</em> (1 of 4)
Honoré de Balzac. Le Chef-d'œuvre Inconnu. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1931. Cramer, no. 20. Le Chef-d'œuvre inconnu is considered Picasso's livre d'artiste...
<em>Le Chef-d'&#156;uvre Inconnu</em>
Le Frère mendiant, o, libro del conocimiento: Los viajes en Africa, publicados antiguamente por Bergeron, Margry y Jiménez De La Espada e ilustrados ahora y compaginados por Pablo...
<em>Le Fr&#232;re mendiant</em> (1 of 3)
Pablo Picasso. El carnet de La tauromaquia de Pepe Illo. Barcelona: G. Gili, 1963.

As part of a running joke about Pepe Illo, Picasso included many excerpts and drawings from...
<em>El carnet de La tauromaquia de Pepe Illo</em> (2 of 2)
Paris: Editions Albert Skira, 1933-1939.

Minotaure was a luxuriously produced magazine featuring an eclectic mix of poetry, art, anthropology and science, published between 1933...
<em>Minotaure</em> (1 of 2)
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