Victor Hugo (1802 - 1885), French writer. Signed autograph letter to the writer and poet delphine de girardin.
July (1840); 2 pages in-8°, address in 4. Beautiful letter from the poet who commits himself to giving his verses: "I thank you, ma'am, for sticking to these verses.
You'll get them, be quiet. Only, you so charming poet, you make me feel a bit like an orange tree full of gold fruits that demands a hazelnut. You'll have your hazelnut. As for my ticket to the unknown do as you wish.Put my prose in yours, put my pebble in your diamonds, I'll fuck your hands. I can't have dinner tomorrow with you. I spend the whole day of July 2nd in the countryside. Delphine de girardin (1804 - 1855), whose mother writer, sophie nichault de la valette, held a literary salon in her time, published her first verses, in the French muse, at the age of sixteen. His marriage with the journalist and politician emile de girardin, helps him to publish spiritual chronicles on contemporary betting in the newspaper the press. The betting mail is very successful. She also wrote several novels including the new lorgnon, Monsieur le marquis de pontanges, the cane de m. De balzac, as well as dramas such as Judith, Cleopatra, it is the husband's fault.
Her literary salon is attended by the greatest writers of her time over whom she exerts some influence. This item is in the category "books, bd, magazines\old books, collection". The seller is "cyril2472" and is located in this country: en.