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COLLECTIF Mercure de France Septembre-Octobre 1907. Dix Huitième année. Tome 69


Mercure de France Septembre-Octobre 1907. Dix Huitième année. Tome 69

Mercure de France, Paris Septembre-Octobre 1907, 15 x 23 cm.

Originale.binding edition percaline half green, smooth spine, corners lightly bumped, binding of époque.Contributions Stenhal of "End of the Tour of Italy in 1811, and additional unpublished book of the" Journal "," Rudyard Kipling "Dray Wara Yow Dee "Bernard E." Memories of Paul Cézanne and unpublished letters ", J. Troubat" Sainte-Beuve and Champfleury unpublished letters "F. Baldensperger" Goethe and Hugo, judges and parties, "Dumoulin" The Art and the State in the eighteenth century from the correspondence of Cochin and unpublished documents, "L. Bauzin" Olivier de la Fayette, "R. de Gourmont" Epilogues "" Colors ", J. de Gourmont" Literature "Mazel H." Social Science ", R. Bury" Newspapers ", E. Barth," The Work critic Thomas Carlyle, "J. Sageret" Paradise Zola, "Mr Hewlett" Ippolita on the hills "Nice state intérieur.Le 'Mercure de France' is originally a French magazine, founded in the seventeenth century under the name of 'Mercury Galant', which will evolve into the twentieth century, a house of the édition.Sous pulse Remy de Gourmont and Alfred Jarry, a literary magazine takes the name 'Mercure de France' in 1890 and offers Symbolist texts, including Jean Moréas, Ernest Raynaud, Jules Renard, Louis Dumur. Gradually accessing the recognition, the magazine will publish both Parnassiens among the greatest (Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Verlaine, Mallarmé, Heredia, etc.) and see the blossoming of Pataphysique of Jarry.La publisher born in stride. In particular, it published the first works of Gide and Claudel, Colette, Apollinaire, Georges Duhamel ... --- 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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