[La Véranda] comprises two identical books held together by a narrow, printed paper sleeve that folds around them. They are French translations of a short story by the American author Herman Melville (1819–91) written in the early 1850s, called The Piazza, which was published in a collection called The Piazza Tales in 1856. The copies produced for Graham’s work were translated by Philippe Hunt. Their yellow covers display the title ‘La Véranda’ in black, upper case letters. [La Véranda] was published in Brussels by Yves Gevaert in an edition of one hundred copies, plus fifty examples aside from the edition. The books that make up Tate T11931 are numbers one and thirty-four.