Graphic Annotations of China Miéville’s The Last Days of New Paris
Nicky Martin

#37 In the note, Mieville says it’s a 1936 object made by Leonor Fini. An object, not a book. I’ve found something that could fit with that description: a “memories’ draw” made by Leonor Fini, with conchs, shells and sea stones (maybe barnacles, who knows) that Salvador Dali was picking up, and sending to her, at Cadaqués beach:

Leonor Fin’s draw is number 21. It’s in spanish, buy maybe you can translate it.

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