|Vintage Pulp||Apr 11 2013|
The lady of the harem is in.
Above is a pretty cover for Louis-Charles Royer’s 1931 romance Le Sérail, aka The Harem. You may remember a reader sent in a front for this a year ago. This alternate version, which we stumbled across just yesterday, appeared in 1954, and the cover art is by the brilliant French painter and portraitist Jean-Gabriel Domergue. His work was used for several Royer covers, and though they aren’t pulp influenced, they’re so good we decided to share a few below.
FranceLes Editions de ParisLe SérailThe HaremLes ensorceléesL'amour à HonoluluHaras humainLa La Maîtresse noireLouis-Charles RoyerJean-Gabriel Domerguecover artliterature
|Reader Pulp||Apr 16 2012|
Early '50s paperbacks—when "French" was the byword for erotic.
A delightfully decaying cover from what remains of my collection.
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Even our girlfriends liked this one. Thanks a million, sir. We gather that this was written by French author Louis-Charles Royer in 1931, near the beginning of his prolific career.