Budapest: Grill, (1935). First edition. Signed by Romola Nijinsky on half title. In publisher’s wrappers, with illustrated dust jacket, designed by Sándor Fenyves. 223, (1) p. and 8 plates. An account of the life of Vaslav Fomich Nijinsky (1889–1950), the famous Russian ballet dancer by her wife, the Hungarian countess.....
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Praga [Prague]: Sfinx Bohumil Janda, 1936. Illustrated with four photographic plates and text illustrations. First Czech edition. Uncut. In publisher’s illustrated wrappers. 298, (6) p. 4 photographic plates. The famous Russian ballet dancer, Vaslav Fomich Nijinsky’s wife’s book on her husband, in Czech translation.