These incredible, evocative lithographs by Roland Raymond Ferdinand Caillaud (1905-1977) are from the 1945 20 Lithographies Pour Un Livre Que J'ai Lu. The poems accompanying the lithographs are attributed to Jean Genet.
"I would also like to take this opportunity to squash the persistent rumours about mysterious 'disappearances' and emphasize that rural and urban areas are now enjoying a life of harmony and peace. I'm sure you're glad to hear this. And I'm happy you're glad."