Laforgue, Jules. Signed Autograph Letter To Théophile Ysaye
2 pages in-8, (214 x 133), to theophile yaye, "coblentz Sunday" (8 November 1885). Beautiful familiar letter addressed to the pianist theophile yaye, intimate of the poet whom he calls here ". Undated, it was written on November 8, 1885, while laforgue, reader of the Empress of Germany, followed the sovereign in her movements: ". I arrived here 4 days later than I had to - hence some cold (very funny, I will tell you) (.) I'm waiting for the slightest boredom even and I'm back on the train. I saw your brother the day before I left with the virgin reichelt ahuri of betting, and the cynical powerless lindenlaub. Laforgue here refers to the journalist and pianist theodore lindenlaub with whom he had bonded during his stay in Berlin. He concludes his letter by warning yaye that he will bring to him his volume himself ".
He probably refers to his work as the imitation of our Lady of the Moon. He punctuates his letter in these words: ". For the moment, in front of this flat, blasé and dull rhin, I am of a melancholy to be moaned (sic). Scotch trace on the edges.
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Age: 19th century
- number of pages: 2