Addresse à georges bell, written in blue ink on the front of a small sheet. Envelope autograph unfolded enclosed containing a sentence that had not been put in his letter. This letter was transcribed in the pleiade, volume 1, letter 264. After several missed appointments and while he is at the clinic of the white doctor, nerval asks george bell to "don't worry too much about the passy affair".
Despite his confinement, nerve continues to run his business: I design a project or system of borrowing that has some chances of success - but I must seriously commit my signature." He concludes his letter on an enigmatic formula: "You know I made a tale for you this morning.
I was coming out of the arms of... English translation available upon request. This item is in the category "books, bd, magazines\old books, collection". The seller is "booksetgravures" and is located in this country: fr. This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, asia, australia.