Sully PRUDHOMME - SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO "My dear little one". Signed autograph letter to "My dear little one" which is probably Georges Lafenestre, undated. Sully Prudhomme has just "read or rather guessed" the content of his correspondent's letter, he doesn't see very well anymore, "I have bad eyes even with glasses". It is a matter of his correspondent's son, and especially his school exams, Pierre is really and the examination system that condemns a young man to have all his presence of mind at a given moment is absurd. If I had the names of some other examiners, I would make a special approach to him to explain the matter to him.
Dimensions: 17.7 x 11.2 cm. Condition: See photos for more details.
Number of pages: 4 pages. René Armand François Prudhomme, known as Sully Prudhomme, born in Paris on March 16, 1839 and died in Châtenay-Malabry on September 6, 1907, is a French poet, the first laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1901. Autographed letters, old papers, ancient books, photographs, engravings, stamps...We appraise and/or buy your letters, collections of letters, and ancient books throughout France. Careful shipping in a rigid and waterproof packaging within three days. Please allow for the usual postal delays. If you are not entirely satisfied, return is at the seller's expense for Europe. At the buyer's expense for the rest of the world.