The Girls in 3-B 10x17 Giclée Canvas Print of a Vintage Pulp | Etsy
This is a 10 x 17 giclée canvas print stretched on a 5/8 wooden stretcher bar and finished with a clear satin polyacrylic varnish to prevent surface scuffing. It is a reproduction of a cover of a vintage paperback from my personal collection. For examples of completed canvases, see the additional
1. From what Google tells me, this is an early example of lesbian pulp. It was originally published in French (but never in France), and tells the story of the Free French Army women's barracks in London during WWII based on the author's apparent experience in them. Though some reviews say the writing itself isn't particularly pulpy, the various covers (and there are quite a few) very much are.
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Avon Books 189 - Sax Rohmer - The Daughter of Fu Manchu
Sax Rohmer - The Daughter of Fu Manchu Avon Books 189, 1949 Cover Artist: Ann Cantor "She flaunted an evil conspiracy for evil and love."