Autograph letter signed " ernest delahaye" to marcel coulon house-laffitte, 8 June 1929, 2 p. Nice letter from the childhood friend of Rimbaud, reproducing an extract of bad blood waiting for a next volume dedicated to the poet. Please excuse this format: it is to be lighter, the position is severe. [georges] izambard instructs me to transmit to you the Mediterranean magazine, that is to say a cut sent by the argus. How nice, his article, and that the powerful study published by you in mercury has had a result that you may well not have waited: to return his twenty years to the friend.I can say to the author of the rimbaud. And I will wait - "with greed", as the man of a season in hell would express himself - for this volume of marcel coulon. Your, very cordially, ernest delahaye. ", the Mediterranean magazine [tunis], Apr. Georges izambard was a professor of rhetoric who had arthur rimbaud as a pupil and with whom he became friends. What delahaye expects "with greed" is the work to appear of marcel coulon the life of rimbaud and his work, mercury of france, 1929.
Is an allusion to one of the most famous poems of a season in hell: bad blood. I wait for God with greed.
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