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François LE VAYER DE BOUTIGNY Tarsis et Zélie


Tarsis et Zélie

Chez Musier fils, à Paris 1774, 6 parties en 3 Vol. in 8 (13x21,8cm), xxiij, 563pp. et 563pp. et 597pp., relié.

Illustrated new edition first printing. The figure includes three frontispiece by Cochin, Moreau and Eisen, engraved by Gaucher, Ponce Born; and 20 headers by Eisen, engraved by Helman, De Longueuil, Masquelier and Massard. Elegant shown in the layout soignée.Demi morocco olive green late nineteenth corners unsigned in a binder master. Back tooled raised. Golden tail and date title. Gilt on covers. Golden head. A very pale wetness on April 1 sheets of Volume II, half page. Very nice copy, well established and highly fraîcheur.Roman originally appeared in 1665, and had his first illustration in 1720, this biographical episode disguised, mystified by Greek pastoral tale adventures and misfortunes that prevented and delayed The marriage of Miss Vayer with Servin. The varied narrative draws inspiration from Greek and Latin novels (Ethiopiques Heliodorus) or Persiles and Sigismund de Cervantes. It tasted quite novel in its time was adapted to the opera in a title track by Francoeur and Rebel. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

850 €

Réf : 38367



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