Milan: Corrente Edizioni, 1941. First Edition. Octavo. Little-known but exceptional book shot during wartime Italy. With 26 spare images printed on rectos only. Photographed in melancholy light and with total stillness. Only its rarity has prevented wider dissemination. Lattuada was best-known as a filmmaker; he gave Fellini his start in movies. This book predates all but one of his films. Stamp to front end paper, noticeable foxing to rear pastedown and endpapers, one plate also foxed; almost a very good copy (creased at the rear wrapper), lacking the dust jacket. OCLC locates no copies.