Autograph letter signed "gve flaubert" to jules sandeau [paris, december 1863-beginning january 1864], 1 p. In-8° on bifeuillet ancienne trace d'tablique on the fourth page. Flaubert prepares to visit her "little mom" after helping her friend bouilhet for his fussy drama. "I'll say goodbye, - tomorrow morning.[sic] tomorrow night or Monday morning. My little mom wants me. Bouilhet promised the corrections of his faustine pr. [for] the end of next week. I haven't closed the eye for four nights. That quo would make it better for me. Flaubert, an eternal single person who never wanted to marry, lived his whole life with his mother in their crusset house, until the latter's death in 1872. He was also known to have a very tender affection for him. He would not be played in the theatre of the porte-saint-martin until February 20, 1864, but the manuscript was handed over to marc before March 7 or 14, 1863. A conscientious writer, but lacking originality, his name would be forgotten if Flaubert's correspondence never kept him in memory. He breathed the idea of "madame bovary" to him.
Flaubert gathered his "last songs" after the death of his friend. Gustave flaubert - correspondence, ed. 308 complete works of gustave flaubert - correspondence, ed. 125, letter 775 published by andré doderet in the betting magazine of 1 August 1919, p. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\others".The seller is "laurent-autographs" and is located in this country: fr. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.