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CAZOTTE Ollivier. Poeme, suivi du plaisir, Conte moral, et de l'aventure du pélerin


Ollivier. Poeme, suivi du plaisir, Conte moral, et de l'aventure du pélerin

S.n. (Cazin), Londres [Reims ou Paris] 1792, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 16 (8x13cm), 245pp. et 244pp., deux volumes reliés.

New edition Cazin after the original from 1767. Full Sheepskin contemporary. Back smooth threads. Parts of title and volume number beasts. Tail headdress Volume 2 threadbare; gaps on flat due to work. 3 wormholes on the back of Volume 1. Friction. Cazotte (1719-1792) is one of the forerunners of the fantastic tale and one of the most intriguing figures in French literature. Ollivier was written, according to the anonymous biographer prefacing the playful works to numb the son of the Duke of Burgundy, this tale (not poem) tells the story of a page having knocked up the daughter of his master and driven from Tours and pursued by the latter, which it save your life again. A hermit allow him to see the bottom of a glass that happens to Tours. Nerval, a great admirer of Cazotte, will speak as "a kind of magic mirror". --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!


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