NYC: Something Else Press, 1966
20 x 13.8cm, 214 pp plus card covers. First edition of this “re-anecdoted” (actually augmented) version after the French first edition, the “all done with the help of his very dear friend Robert Filliou, and translated from the French, and further anecdoted at random by their very dear friend Emmett William with one Hundred Reflective Illustrations by Topor”. One of the key artist’s books of the late 20th century, the retained debris of a meal is analysed, considered, researched and, tangentially, mused upon by the authors and each footnote always in danger of being footnoted in turn. A fine copy of the paperback.Now scarce.