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COLLECTIF Gil Blas, illustré hebdomadaire, du 6 janvier 1899 au 29 juin 1900


Gil Blas, illustré hebdomadaire, du 6 janvier 1899 au 29 juin 1900

Gil Blas, Paris 1899-1900, 27x39cm.

Originale.binding Edition half beige cloth, boards handmade paper, corners bumped, scuffed cuts. Binding of époque.Chaque issue contains four pages well, some slight marginal tears not involving the texte.Contributions Georges Courteline ("Amputees"), Anatole France ("Amycus et Célestin"), Catullus Mendes ('Worst torture "), JH Rosny (" The Enigma, "" The Queen Wasp "), Camille St. Croix, André Savignon, Jean de la Hire (" The Wheel "), Tristan Bernard (" The firsts "," The evils of atavism ") and Emile Fabre including; drawings of Sandy Hook, Jacques Villon, Steinlen, Weiluc, Moriss Georges Redon, Gottlob, Prejelan between autres.Journal illustrated with numerous drawings in color and black and white, sometimes in full screen, as well as scores musicales.Gil Blas is a French weekly newspaper, founded by Auguste Dumont, which appeared November 19, 1879 to August 4, 1914 and January 20, very occasionally 1921 to March 1940, during a contemporary from November 17, 1909, he was led by Henri de Noussanne and Stone Maroussein. Gil Blas wanted first literary. Large feathers all speaking in chronicles that were very successful: Guy de Maupassant (or Maufrigneuse) whose collaboration was the longest (1881-1888), Paul Arena, Emile Bergerat, Clovis Hugues Rene Maizeroy Jean Richepin etc. Equally important were the soap operas, signed by Emile Zola, Hector Malot, Théodore de Banville, and Octave Mirbeau particular. For its part, Maupassant published "A Life" (February-April 1883), "Bel Ami" (April-May 1885), "Mont-Oriol" (December 1886-jévrier 1887), etc. In addition to these chronic and these serials, Zola defended some of his works in the newspaper, through the "Letters to the Editor" (on "Dream," Nov. 8, 1888, on "The Human Beast", November 13, 1889). --- 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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