- Language: French
- Release date: 1931
- Publisher: Ernest Flammarion, Paris
- Pages: 243
L’homme que j’ai fait naître [by] Maurice Rostand
[Paris, 1931] Ernest Flammarion. VI.  10-243  p. First Edition.
Full cloth binding. Pünkösti Andor (1892 – 1944) the Hungarian writer, journalist, theater director autographed book.
Maurice Rostand (1891 – 1968) was a French author, the son of the noted poet and dramatist Edmond Rostand and the poet Rosemonde Gérard, and brother of the biologist Jean Rostand. Rostand was a writer of poems, novels, and plays. He was friends with Jean Cocteau and Lucien Daudet and was one of the noted homosexual personalities that frequented the salons during the period between the wars. In 1948, he published his memoirs, Confession d’un demi-siècle. He is interred in Passy Cemetery.
|Dimensions||11.5 x 18 cm|