With an original watercolor by Fulvio Testa. The twelve poems, printed in Italian and in English.
The twelve poems, printed in Italian and in English, run over a lifetime production, covering the decades from the late 1940s to the present. Each copy includes an original watercolor by Fulvio Testa.
Light-hearted, erotic sonnets, written by the nobleman Giorgio (Zorzi Alvise) Baffo.
With an original watercolor drawing by Fulvio Testa.
Text and critical apparatus by Gianfranco Contini, which appeared for the first time in 1949 in the Parisian edition published by Alberto Tallone. With a final note by Carlo Ossola.
Italian edition. The only Publisher’s catalogue in Europe to be typeset by hand.
Inedited poems and prose pieces.
Print-run of 180 copies on Sicilian paper. The original Spanish poem is followed by the text “Adiós a Tallone”, written by Neruda, as well as by the unpublished speech “Homenaje al libro y a Alberto Tallone”, held by Pablo Neruda in 1970.
The most famous Italian novel.
Page of Francesco Colonna’s Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, the most beautiful book of the Renaissance, printed by Manutius in Venice.
Inedited poem dedicated to Pablo Neruda and the Chilean landscape, well known to the author. Inedited introduction to the poem by Sergio Vuskovic Rojo, one of the last living friend of Neruda.