Autograph Letter Signed Musset Unprecedented Ms. Jaubert Manuscript Autograph 1839
Musset alfred - unpublished autograph letter signed Madame jaubert: and this is what happens. [I am madly in love with you]. Letter unpublished autograph signed to Madame jaubert: and this is what happens. [Circa 1839], 15,9x19,9cm, one page on a double sheet. Letter unpublished autograph signed by Alfred de Musset addressed to jaubert carolina. Thirteen lines written in black ink on a double sheet. A small tear without loss with lack of text on the second sheet (probably where had to stick the stamp) and some very tiny restorations paper some inherent kinks Shipping crease. Anaphorique charming letter from Alfred de Musset in his \Here theft [um] th aristophane; these are my thanks for having lent me; Here my apologies for having forgotten; What a waltz I ask you, because I could not get one Friday; Here the newspaper tonight's speech gives cellars of estange; Here is inside a funny mr brière history; now I kiss your feet, nothing more or less than m. And that's what happens to me. [I am madly in love with you] \Woman salon, she attended berryer, Heine or princess Belgiojoso and familiarize alfred of Musset, seven years his junior, in 1835. The young poet then just broke up with george sand. \It was his godson, the fieux. These names she gave him reflected the continual excitement where they relançaient each other, Prince phosphorus heart, prince coffee.
\Our letter built around anaphora \Epistolary deemed reluctant to confide and fan spins, usually musset fickle book here a true declaration of love and fidelity, \[I am madly in love with you]. \English translation available upon request.
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- time: xix <\/ li>
- topic: literature <\/ li>
- binding: a sheet <\/ li>
- author: Musset <\/ li>
- publication date: 1839 <\/ li>
- Special features: original edition <\/ li>
- Language 1 <\/ li>