Paris: Émile-Paul Frères, 1921. Nouvelle Édition. Collection of aphorisms cannibalized in part from an unfinished novel and separated into four loose groupings, the greater portion on the waste of the Great War and love between women. Additionally this edition offered with a 24pp. pictorial side-stitched pamphlet of blurbs written by the book's male readers, including Anatole France ("Amazone, je baise vos mains avec une terreur sacrée"); Ezra Pound ("J'aime ce livre--par bouffées"); Israël Zangwill ("Il n'y a aucune pensée qui effraye cette amazone"); and Paul Valery ("Tu penses? -- dit Hercule, -- donc je fuis!"). Octavo (20cm.); publisher's cream wrappers printed in red and black; ,vii,,244pp. Light wear and soil, else Very Good or better. Offered together with promotional pamphlet providing thirty-one reactions to the first (1920) edition by Barney's male readership. This edition expanded from the earlier by more than thirty pages and has been printed on superior stock with wider margins.