Presses de Gilbert Roux, Wears to edges, covers browned, otherwise very good. Baltimore: John Hopkins Press, Wrappers evenly browned. Paris: Editions Nagel, Very good, uncut set.. Paris: Cercle du Livre Precieux, Black moire silk with matching slicase. Delvau, journalist and author of various works on Parisian life, wrote this fascinating work which was first published secretly by the Count de Jules Gay. It provides insights into the argot of 19th century France with definitions for such terms as magasin de blanc, prunes de monsieur, and violon.
Pia p. Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, With an additional letter and one postcard from the author to E. Les Ironies Sentimentales. Philippe Hue. From the library of Edouard Champion. With an additional letter from the author to the poet Jean Pellerin. Dereme pseud of Philippe Huc experimented freely with modern verse forms. Dereme pseud of Philippe Huc experimented freely with modern literary forms. A presentation copy, "poetically" inscribed by the author. Paris: Albert, Le Philosophe de Rotterdam. With few ink notes, otherwise very good copy.
Edition critique, avec une introduction et des notes by Jean Mayer. Paris: Librairie Marcel Didier, Paris: Payot, . Otherwise a nearly fine, unopened copy. Notes scattered in the text, evenly browned, otherwise a very good copy. Compositions de E. Large 8vo, , 8 pp, frontispiece, many plates and text illus. Contemporary three quarter brown morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettering, red, green and gilt dec. Handsomely bound by Champs-Stroobants.
Printed wrappers, browned throughout, otherwise very good. Drieu la Rochelle , although not himself a morphiniste, is said to have based this work on the life of his friend the surrealiste-suicidiste Jacques Rigaut. Liedekerke p.. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, Amsterdam: H.
Paris, Pierre Mac Orlan. Paris: Arthaud, Pale blue buckram, blue and green lettered, dust jacket, gift inscription, very good in like dj. Ownership stamp on the title page. Paris: Editions Dominique Leroy, Paris: Henry Babou, A beautifully stylized work typical of the twenties, with woodcuts throughout. Editions de Minuit. Debu-Budel Argonne , E. Thomas Auxois , J. Cassou Noir , P. Bost Vivarais , C. Aveline Minervois , C. Morgane Mortagne , J. Guehenno Cevennes , G. Adam Hainaut , Vercors, and Thimerais. Steinbeck an author "from beyond the seas" contributed The Moon is Down, translated here for the first time in its entirety as Nuits Noirs, Paris: La Revolution Surrealiste, Confession de Mademoiselle Sapho.
Introduction et Notes par Jean Hervez [i. This is another volume in the Coffret du Bibliophile series. Not in Perceau nor Kearney. This edition not in NUC. Paris: Perrin, First issued in Quarter morocco over marbled boards, orig. Ink signature on front pastedown, front joint starting but sound, spine brittle. A collection of short stories by the Dijon-born novelist of whom the Oxford Companion writes: "Subdued, somewhat etiolated melancholy and a RC bias characterize his studies of superfically placid lives which conceal emotional stress, spiritual suffering, occasionally even crime.
Dix-huitieme siecle et Romantisme. Original wrappers bound into quarter cloth over boards, gilt letter on spine. Bruxelles: Maurice Lamertin, Ownership stamp on upper cover, foot of spine torn, extremities chipped, soiled overall. A delightful tale of ancient Persia with charming illustrations in the text. NUC notes three copies. Large 8vo, ff text, and 60 plates.
Discordes à La Table Ronde (): Paulhan, Mauriac, Laurent et les autres
Florence, Mars Florence: Valmartina, Large 4to, xv, pp. Paris: Boivin, A Dissertation. Philadelphia, FITE, A.
Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, Small 4to, 23pp. Paris: Bib. Nationale, Glossy printed wrappers, fine. Paris: Paris: "Le Livre," Nasti B3. Ritchie Paris : Librairie Plon, [ca. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, [ca. During the revolution he was a member of the Convention Nationale, an enemy of Robespierre, and noted for his anti-clericalism and instigations of mass-shootings.
Paris: "La Connaissance," Half blue morocco, gilt title, t. Fine copy with the wrappers bound in. Ex libris: Paul Jordan Smith. Contemporary three quarter brown morocco over marbled boards, teg, original wrappers preserved, mild wear at corners and spine head, otherwise fine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Red cloth, gilt spine, d.
Head of d. Avec 11 Gravures Hors Texte. Paris: Albert Fontemoing, Avec la collaboration de M. Cabeen New York; With few ink notes on free endpaper, otherwise a very good copy. Lecteur de Marie-Antoinette Niort: Imprimerie Saint-Denis, Quarter morocco over speckled boards, head of spine bumped and spine rubbed, interior very good. Gide, Andre. Original printed wrappers, browned, very good copy.
Blanche, at al. Vocations, III. Paris : Gallimard, Paris: Editions Rieder, Les Doctrines et les Hommes. Vrin, Blue cloth with gilt title on spine, orig. Lightest wear. Very good in glassine. Paris: Paul-Emile Freres, [ie, ]. Originally published in by Emile-Paul Freres, Juliette was re-issued in by Bernard Grasset, followed by the present new edition. Louis Kaldor], Prix Balzac Eau-Forte par Hermine David. Limited to copies. Berard designed the costumes, and Honegger wrote the music, and Boris Kochno did the lighting. Louis Kaldor] Blue quarter morroco over marbled papers, raised bands, title lettered in gilt, marbled papers endpapers, orig.
Paris: Les Editions G. Cres, First published in Paris: Charles Carrington, Tall 8vo, xxv, pp, 25 engravings. Quarter blue calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered and ornamented, raised bands, teg, untrimmed, marbled endpapers, lt. Benezit, Dictionnaire, p. Pia , Fine unopened copies. Each copy is inscribed by the author to S. Godoy b.
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Miomandre b. A friend of Gide and Claudel, and central to literary Paris from an early age, he edited numerous magazines and translated Spanish and Spanish-American writers.
Unopened orig. Beuve, Baudelaire and their early studies in 17th and 18th century culture upon their aesthetic theories of "art for art's sake. Sabatier reassesses their ultra-refined sensibilities and the harsh judgements of critics "overly charmed by bibelots and the bizarre" in this perceptive study of the 19th century originators of "documentary fiction" and publishers of the important cultural Journal of midth century France.
Sansot, Quarter marbled boards, orig. Paris: Edouard Champion, The color printing is by Charpentier, with text in calligraphy. Each Saint has her own section, with a picture depicting her in a setting with text describing her achievements. Gourmont, Remy de. NOEL, G. Le Romantisme et la Critique. Paris: Ernest Flammarion, Gregh , poet and critic, was the founder in of the short-lived literary movement known as Humanisme. Paris: Librairie Emmanuel Vitte,. Paris: Librairie Stock, Delaimain, Boutelleau, Constantin Guys. Half green morocco, orig.
Freitag Edgard Depitre. Square 8vo, pp. Full calf, title spine lettered in silver, hand-illustrated blue endpapers, orig. Paris: Editions Eos, This collection of French sea shanties is evocatively illustrated by Andre Lhote , the "academician of Cubism. Mahe 11, p. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, . A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion, together with 10 original leaves of manuscript of the work written on blue paper.
Quarter calf over speckled boards, gilt letter on spine, orig. Corners a little bumped, upper joint starting but sound. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion in the year of publication. La Flamme et Les Cendres. Les Saisons de Nesles. Poesies Diverses. Green quarter morroco, marbled paper, over orig. Etudes Latines. Paris: Emile-Paul Freres, With additional letter from the author to E.
Numbered copy printed for the use of the author. Paris: Plon, [ca. Evenly browned, otherwise a very good copy. Tall 4to, 6 , , 2 pp. NUC: 1 copy. Flammarion, Interior clean; spine rubbed. Tome premier. Green cloth, gilt spine. Fayard, Paris : Editions de "La Victoire", Bonnier de la Chapelle. With unpublished letters to the author here printed for the first time. Paris: Librairie Ancienne H. Champion, Red half morroco over marbled boards, orig. Paris: Editions Place, 4to, pp. Red cloth, gilt lettering.
Shows him as scientific humanitarian, with rich strain of materialistic fanaticism, whose spiritual progeny are Messieurs Homais Flaubert, Mme Bovary of 19th century. Scientific and positivistic assumptions of philosophers are well discussed in Chap. HUGO, Victor. Facsimile of the original MS. Paris: Jacomet, [ca.
Folio, loose sheets as issued, enclosed in a folding board case. This was the play that marked the triumph of Romanticism over Classicism. It was Hugo who led a group of young poets and artists that virtually waged war with the traditionalists on the opening night of this play, creating a scandal that guaranteed the success of the work and the eventual success of the movement. BIRE, Edmond. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, title in gilt, very good. Good copy. Paris: Charpentier, Cloth, morocco label, orig. Los Angeles and vicinity are described as a paradise for orange-growers and winter-guests; the author praises the mild climate and the beautiful setting, but also recalls an attempted robbery in the little village of Hollywood.
Cowan ed. Reprinted from Essays in Honor of Albert Feuillat. Edited by Henri M. New Haven: Yale University Press, Paris: Maison de la Bonne Presse, Huysman himself wrote that his fascination with evil led him to the conception of supernatural good. Gravenhage, Paris: A La Belle Edition, . They began publishing together in Wounded, he returned from the front and composed this series of poems which his friend Iribe illustrated.
Iribe Catalogue Paris: A la Belle Edition, . ISOU, Isidore. Paris ; ISOU, Isodore. Paris : Fev. Paris: Ernest Leroux, Michigan: Michigan State College Press, Jullien, [n. Paris: Editions Victor Attinger, Introduction et notes de Maurice Solovine.
Very nice copy. Offray de. Lyon: M. Dodeman, Edited for rapid reading.. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, Orange cloth, few foxing on the fore-edge, previous ownership signature, otherwise a very good copy. Sm 4to, 24 pp. Printed wrappers with orig. Introduction de Louis Barthou. Paris: Le Goupy, Royal 8vo, , 2 pp. Tome I ; II Droz, , Modern Language Association, Quarter morocco over printed boards. New York: Columbia University Press, Quarter morocco over boards, gilt letter on spine.
Volume I - IV. Dessins de Chas Laborde. Only one copy in OCLC. Lyon: Audin, Buenos Aires: Viau, . Paris: Les Editions Rieder, Spine lightly worn. Acteur et Auteur Comique Paris: Marcel Seheur, Royal 8vo, 67 pp, woodcuts in the text. Full contemp. The text was written during the French Revolution by the young lawyer Lemontey who was also a capable writer; this tale is one of imaginary Greek legends he composed, predating Pierre Louys in this innocent hoax.
Uniformly bound in quarter calf over boards, spine ruled and lettered in gilt. Edges foxed, else very good.
Green cloth, gilt morocco spine label, t. Small ding to label, signature to f. Paris: Henri Veyrier, Paris: Le Divan, Cambridge: Privately printed, Some tears to the spine repaired. Paris: Collection Marpon, LOTI, Pierre. Half morocco over marbled boards, gilt stamped floral and ship motif on spine, orig. Louis XIV. Bibliotheque Nationale.
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Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, Louis XV. Paris: L. Borel, Quarter red cloth over marbled boards. Light general wear, very good. NUC cites copies only at Northwestern and Oberlin. Unsewn in original printed wrappers within maroon chemise. La voz de la conseja, t. I English as Author of introduction, etc.
Louis-Simon , Lettres de Mmes. Jules , Auriac, J. Jules See: Auriac, J. See: St. John, Percy B. Percy Bolingbroke , Booth, Mary L. John William , Bunge, Carlos O. By Dante Alighieri. Translated by Rev. Henry Francis Cary, M. Frederick John , Dante. An essay. To which is added a translation of De Monarchia. English as Translator Church, R. Richard William , Dante. Les Femmes de proie. William James See: Monkshood, G. XV Spanish as Author Azul Obras Completas Vol.
Jules , D'Auriac, J. Henry See: Graffigny, H. See: Ville D'Avray, A. Augustine English as Translator Drexelius, J. Ducray-Duminil, M. French as Author La dame de Monsoreau — Tome 2. French as Author La dame de Monsoreau — Tome 3. French as Author De Drie Musketiers dl. Mainwaring A Parisian Sultana, Vol. Harry C. The Works of Voltaire, Vol. Romances, Vol. English as Translator Flint, F. Maulnier et de F. Lawrence, Henry de Montherlant, A. Jouhandeau, Jean Giono, H. On trouve trace de ces tensions dans les pages de la revue. Mauriac non plus Or, si F.
Paulhan le lui rappellera dans leur correspondance 28 et que J. Sartre va le reprendre en volume en , dans Situations I. On sait que J. Elliot et de nombreux anciens de La NRf , comme J. Audiberti, J. Supervielle ou A. Paulhan et le groupe de J. Au passage, J. Sartre contraint G. Dans ces trois articles, J. Selon J.
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