He Disappeared into Complete Silence (1947 book with 9 engravings)
An artist book by Louise Bourgois combining fairy-tale-like text with engravings. In this book, each page has a different short tale. Included in the Grimmish narratives are stories of love, architecture, anger, violence, abandonment, and selfishness.
According to L.B the book is a drama of the self. It is about the fear of going overboard and hurting others.
Louise Bourgeois, Destruction of the father Reconstruction of the father. Writings and interviews 1923-1997 The MIT press, Cambridge, Massachusetts Third printing 2005