Paul Verlaine (1844 - 1896), French poet. Autograph letter signed to Léon deschamps, founder of the magazine "la pene".
October 3, 1894; 1 page in-12°, recipient name on the back. Verlaine sends a few verses while waiting for the next publication of his collection epigrammes which will appear in the pen at the end of the year: "My dear deschamps here, for the pen twenty beautiful philosophical verses.
Please settle them to esther [philomene boudin, called esther, prostitute, companion and muse of verlaine in his last years] and give him a copy of the last n° (." Epigrammes was published in the "artistic and literary library" at the end of 1894. Verlaine gives a critical look at the evolution of poetry in recent years and its own work.Having come to know his glory, recognized by the new generation, he entertained himself and mocked in particular the parnasse, which he parodied at the beginning in Saturnian poems. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\others". The seller is "cyril2472" and is located in this country: en. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.