Emile Zola, autograph letter signed, dated June 24, 1866, addressed to alexandre lavergne (French dramatist), in which Zola wrote dear sir, I returned yesterday from the bottom of Normandy where I went a week. I was told the Independent spoke to me you ... I am especially grateful that there is a little conspiracy of silence which seems to me to organize around my name.
But you will not tell me the paper name where it comes to my person. I am yet very easy to learn about the lines that I owe to your kindness ... I hasten to go shake hands to thank you in person.Emile Zola, 142 rue de Montparnasse. Ps: do mr Frédérix told me? Letter duplex, damaged at the edges, but the text is legible.
Beautiful correspondence between the two men of letters. From: Alexander succession of lavergne. The item \The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.