Drawing and autograph poem signed at his museum bookstore the wise step. Signed autograph letter to victor hugo 1849. About the delicate situation of her husband.
Sir, I know all your concern for making life more breathable, and it is in all worlds that I will take credit for it. The request that your signature was to make so powerful is sent back to the Ministry of Public Education by the Minister of the Interior, sorry to have nothing for valmore in the offices of theatres or fine arts. The blows follow each other -- and the sad days are long!
Wherever you are, I'm sure of at least one support. Extend it upon me in this moment, sir, where you reign as in your home, at the French academy, where I am told to dare to send this humble book of misery that is on your knees with one of your dear children. I add nothing to the confession of this strange hope, it has been inspired to me, and I give myself to it by means of misfortune because really, it is not without power of pride! Otherwise of the interest you honor the humblest of women. Marceline desbordes had a short career as an actress and in 1817 had married her then partner, French lactor prosper lanchantin, dit valmore, who abandoned the scene following an injury in 1840.
He obtained a place as a sub-librarian at the Imperial Library in 1852. Victor Hugo admired the work of marceline desbordes-valmore, he wrote to him after reading his collection. There is the world of thoughts and the world of feelings. I don't know who's thinking, and if anyone in this century, but for sure, you have the other. You're the very woman, you're the poetry itself.
1 sheet folded in 2. 2 pages on a bifeuillet. (born 26 February 1802 in besançon and died 22 May 1885 in bets).
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