“I know: she is the one that pleases you “to death” now, to death from pleasure. I know because I know all that you have lived. All that you live.” — 

Laure in a letter to Georges Bataille, from Laure: the Collected Writings.

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Belles Lettres for Avant Garde Magazine No. 14, 1971

Photographers: Ed van der Elsken, Anna Beeke, Pieter Brattinga, Anthony Beeke, and Geert Kooiman

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“I like you; your eyes are full of language.” — 

Anne Sexton, from a letter to Anne Clarke dated 3 July 1964

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Belles Lettres (W): A photo alphabet from Avant Garde #14, 1971

Belles Lettres (W): A photo alphabet from Avant Garde #14, 1971




“Sorrow almost resents love, it is so inflamed.
I am glad if the broken words helped you.”
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Emily Dickinson, from a letter dated January 1878

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Belle Lettres: A Photo Alphabet (X)
From Avant Garde issue #14, 1971 
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Belle Lettres: A Photo Alphabet (X)

From Avant Garde issue #14, 1971 

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