Autograph letter signed Paul Valéry at Vence friend, s. D, Easter Monday [between 1921 and 1928], 2 1/2 pages in-8 annotation dune other hand in pencil in upper right margin of the first page. Tender letter from the poet Vence and evoking Catherine Pozzi. Dear madam and friend, the flower festival sagite roughly two hundred meters from here.
It is a little confusing without luxury or lon throws what one picks up. [Pozzi] remained at home where I found the darrosage pipe in hand. The garden has really gained much since last year round. I know you enjoyed Collinette and country.The house is really nice, is simple and convenient. The country na against him as dust which is great on the road, and léloignement major routes, which has its charm. I have not yet been nice.
I lead a lazy life that would work well and try sy. It is a joy for me than being removed from my dinner and my tea, and many other troubles.Yorik is at my feet. From dawn, we go down to hunt mandarin or palm coast. He even found a pinecone reported that he treasured. This strange dog distracts me and mintrigue. We'll Wednesday ms croisset for tea. Although same nest of béhogue yet come. As the newspapers say: we are lost in conjectures I saw twice m.
He came to lunch yesterday here that even catherine minterrompt. We must run the train.
I havent the time to take charge of all my friendships for Monsieur Jacques and introduce my very respectful and affectionate homage. She began in 1920 a tumultuous association with Paul Valéry that will last eight years and will result in a significant match. The break with this léloignera of paris salons and home cause a painful loneliness.
It was never my master. He was my brother, my equal, my purest tenderness. It's not the same thing.
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