Vincent O'Sullivan - SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER, exchange with a columnist. Vincent O'Sullivan - SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER, exchange with a French columnist from the newspaper Le Soir, after reading her articles and noting her concerns about the origins of war, he recommends an American book that aligns with her way of thinking.
In conclusion, he seems to not appreciate English or American literature, which he believes is deteriorating with the influence of Edgar Allan Poe, he declares, "You are too good for English language makers of detective novels". "The cruel and mostly foolish productions have become a real scourge in England and the United States.It is Poe who is the unfortunate father of all this..." Dimensions: 19.9 x 24.7 cm.
Condition: See photos for more details. Number of pages: 1 page. Vincent O'Sullivan is an American writer, literary critic, teacher, and poet, close to the decadent movement, who lived for a long time between London and Paris./, born January 19, 1809 in Boston and died October 7, 1849 in Baltimore, is a poet, novelist, short story writer, literary critic, playwright, and American editor, as well as one of the main figures of American romanticism.Autographed letters, old papers, antique books, photographs, engravings, stamps... We appraise and/or buy in all of France your letters, collections of letters, and antique books. Careful shipment in a rigid and waterproof packaging within three days. Allow for usual postal delays. If you are not completely satisfied, return at the seller's expense for Europe. Buyer pays for the rest of the world.