Orléans: Editions de l’en dehors, [ca. 1924-1930?]. Stated second printing. Small 8vo, original printed wrappers, 24 pages. Wrapper vignette, illus. Small chip from the foot of the spine; cheap paper a bit browned; a very good copy. Item #18412
From the individual anarchist and free love advocate E. Armand, who here explains his theories behind revolutionary libertarian polyamory and la camaradarie amoureause. With a few shorter pieces on the same themes by Armand, as well as a piece from the earlier individualist anarchist writer Joseph Albert (dit Albert Libertad, 1875-1908). E. Armand edited and published the bimonthly journal l’en dehors from 1922 to 1939. (The given appelation of Émile, though common, seems by most accounts an error.) Printed in Orléans at the Imprimerie Coop. La Laborieuse. This copy with the ink autograph note across the head of the first page, “gift of E. Armand to Labadie Collection,” likely in the hand of the collection’s early curator Agnes Inglis.