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Unopened orig. Beuve, Baudelaire and their early studies in 17th and 18th century culture upon their aesthetic theories of "art for art's sake. Sabatier reassesses their ultra-refined sensibilities and the harsh judgements of critics "overly charmed by bibelots and the bizarre" in this perceptive study of the 19th century originators of "documentary fiction" and publishers of the important cultural Journal of midth century France. Sansot, Quarter marbled boards, orig.

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Mahe 11, p. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, []. A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion, together with 10 original leaves of manuscript of the work written on blue paper. Quarter calf over speckled boards, gilt letter on spine, orig. Corners a little bumped, upper joint starting but sound.

Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion in the year of publication. La Flamme et Les Cendres. Les Saisons de Nesles. Poesies Diverses. Green quarter morroco, marbled paper, over orig. Etudes Latines. Paris: Emile-Paul Freres, With additional letter from the author to E. Numbered copy printed for the use of the author.

Paris: Plon, [ca. Evenly browned, otherwise a very good copy. Tall 4to, 6 , , 2 pp. NUC: 1 copy. Flammarion, Interior clean; spine rubbed. Tome premier. Green cloth, gilt spine. Fayard, Paris : Editions de "La Victoire", Bonnier de la Chapelle. With unpublished letters to the author here printed for the first time. Paris: Librairie Ancienne H. Champion, Red half morroco over marbled boards, orig. Paris: Editions Place, 4to, pp. Red cloth, gilt lettering. Shows him as scientific humanitarian, with rich strain of materialistic fanaticism, whose spiritual progeny are Messieurs Homais Flaubert, Mme Bovary of 19th century.

Scientific and positivistic assumptions of philosophers are well discussed in Chap. HUGO, Victor. Facsimile of the original MS. Paris: Jacomet, [ca. Folio, loose sheets as issued, enclosed in a folding board case. This was the play that marked the triumph of Romanticism over Classicism. It was Hugo who led a group of young poets and artists that virtually waged war with the traditionalists on the opening night of this play, creating a scandal that guaranteed the success of the work and the eventual success of the movement.

BIRE, Edmond. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, title in gilt, very good. Good copy. Paris: Charpentier, Cloth, morocco label, orig. Los Angeles and vicinity are described as a paradise for orange-growers and winter-guests; the author praises the mild climate and the beautiful setting, but also recalls an attempted robbery in the little village of Hollywood. Cowan ed. Reprinted from Essays in Honor of Albert Feuillat. Edited by Henri M. New Haven: Yale University Press, Paris: Maison de la Bonne Presse, Huysman himself wrote that his fascination with evil led him to the conception of supernatural good.

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Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, Paris: Editions Georges Cres, Few notes scattered in the text. A fair copy. Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Mayenne, Impr. Floch, 22 Mai ], Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Abbeville, Impr. Paillart], Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Impr. Orleanaise], Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, E. Fasquelle Editteur, Large 8vo, 8 , pp. Printed wrappers, lightly soiled, but a very good copy with wide margins. Nearly half the work is a biographical and bibliographical dictionary of of French poets of the nineteenth century. Paris: Agence Hebdemadaire, Cloth spines over marbled boards.

Spines of 2 vols worn, light internal browning, otherwise very good. In October , when the war started, the paper was reduced to one issue a month. In January , publication went to two issues a month. Then, in June , due to stringencies of the war years, the paper was reduced to one page only per issue. Not in ULS. Contemporary half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine, raised bands, gilt orn. Avec un Portrait. Quarter cloth over marbled boards, interior clean; spine faded, lower cover soiled. Paris: Fourcade, []. Of Lithuanian background, Milosz lived the life of a wealthy man of letters.

His prophetic poetry is a blend of Catholicism, alchemy, Swedenborg, Boehme and modern physics. Suivi de Dainos et de Diverses Traductions. Paris: Perrin, []. New York: Oxford University Press, Maroon cloth. Profuse marginalia, signature on title, slight wear overall. Paris : Hachette, Paris: Ernest Flammarion, [].

Paul Morand made a brilliant diplomatic career and spent most of his time travelling. This, like many of his novels, is an account of his travels. Mornet, Daniel. Paris: Nizet, Musset, Alfred de. LODS, Armand. Paris: Extrait du Mercure de France, Paris: Plon, Paris: Editions des Presses Modernes, Gerard de Nerval. Lourdes de Grillot de Givry. Bulletin de Parapsychologie. Paris : H. Roudil, With 4 plates. Very good copy. Paris: Bibliotheque Naitonale, A nearly fine copy.

Nerval, Gerard de. Extrait de Latomus t. X , fasc. Bruxelles; Paris: les Editions Rieder, Jean Noir was the pseudonym of Jean Cassou cf. Prix France-Egypte Avant-propos et Notes par Arnelle. Paris: Louis Michaud, [ca. Reprint from The Romanic Review, October, Wrappers, few notes scattered in the text. Auteur Dramatique. Large 8vo, 93pp. Paris: Editions Albert, Pascin, Jules. Marbled boards, gilt morocco label, orig. Fine copy. Bookplate of Elmer Adler laid in. Jules Pascin Julius Pincas, , studied in Vienna and Munich, where he contriubted to the satirical journal Simplicissimus.

In he settled in Paris where he associated with the avant-garde artist and writers. Skira Paris: Ernest Grund, Jorel, Revue de Literature. Lyon: Chez Marc Barbezat, Etude sur la Campagne de Lorraine, en Paris: Au Sans Pareil, A long, rambling poem with many linguistic tricks; the preface is by Tzara. Motherwell p. Paris: Les Nouvelles Edition Latines, Quarter cloth over paper boards, gilt title on morocco spine label, orig. Upper right corner of lower cover bumped. Paris: La Connaissance, The illustrations are delightfully erotic and aptly complement the text.

This work is very scarce and this copy is in virtually flawless condition. Paris: Henri Jonquieres, Otherwise a good copy. I am therefore forced to wait for the steamship which makes the fortnightly run to North Cape. So it is here, in the midst of the good people who saved us, that I have revised am revising the tale of these adventures; they give me the. It is accurate. Not a single fact has been omitted, not the slightest detail exaggerated. It is the faithful narration of an incredible expedition through an element inaccessible to man, although progress will open it up one day.

Will I be believed? I do not know, but it is not that important. But what became of the Nautilus? Did it resist the terrible embrace of the Maelstrom? Is Captain Nemo still alive? Is he continuing his terrifying reprisals under the ocean, or did he stop at that last massacre? Will the waves one day wash up the bottle the manuscript containing the entire story of his life?

Will I finally discover his name? I hope so. If this is the case, if Captain Nemo does still inhabit his adopted oceanic homeland, may hate die down in that wild heart! May the contemplation of so many marvels finally extinguish his desire for Vengeances vengeance! May the lawgiver disappear and the scientist continue his peaceful exploration of the seas! For If his destiny is strange, it is xxx also sublime.

Do I not understand it myself? Have I not lived ten months of that extra-natural existence? Captain Nemo and I. The importance of the final chapter of any novel is of course to pull the threads together, to resolve the enigmas, to effect the transition from the fictional to the real world. It is no coincidence that Roland Barthes, in a famous article, analysed the opening and closing chapters of The Mysterious Island and how the plot gets from one to the other.

Some of the details help clarify points that exegetes have long puzzled over. Verne may be citing the closing Biblical quotation from memory—which would explain why it is so difficult to place. The two changes of tense are a delicate balancing act, with narrative and fictional time precariously converging. Since Aronnax is using the present to describe his own writing process, what events can he narrate without disappearing up his own temporal vortex, how can the narration present its own demise?

The past tense, in contrast, makes Aronnax the author of the book the reader is holding. The publisher may not have wanted to kill the captain off, not because of any affection for him but because he may already have been planning a sequel. Although Verne later stated he had no plans to bring him back, Nemo was in reality resuscitated after only four years, in a very late draft of The Mysterious Island.

As for Verne, despite his sympathy, he may have considered that underwater burial was the kindest fate for his massacred character—and the best way to avoid him being dug up again. It thus provides a key to the most important misunderstanding about the novel, for many more naive readers, especially in America, have taken the captain to be a villain.

But this is a narrative trap. Fortunately, my idea is supported by MS But we did get out of it. But in the morning, we were on dry land, and I was coming out of my faint in the hut of a Lofoten fisherman. And it is from here that I have written these charming xxx, and it is from here that I am sending them to Paris. Did it succumb. But perhaps also its formidable construction allowed it to resist and to emerge from the abyss. I do not think anyone will ever know. Perhaps he died? As for me, who have assisted at so many scenes, how can I forget him.

As for him, is he still alive, with his Nautilus and his companions, the man of the waters, in his fabulous abode. A free man! On the basis of our examination of two manuscript chapters of Twenty Thousand Leagues, we have found, in very brief summary, that in them Captain Nemo supports the French Revolution and Republican ideas, and the ship he attacks, in legitimate self-defense, is French.

Several general conclusions follow on. The novel where, with Hatteras , Verne most revealed his soul, one of the great masterpieces of western literature, only saw the light of day in hacked-about and censored form. Nevertheless, the question of whether MS1 and MS2 should be considered superior to the final version is a complex one, involving considerations of style, structure, and ideology.

The answer must take into account the stylistic improvements Verne made, of his own free will, over the successive drafts. Some of the substantive changes may also fall into the category of spontaneous changes of mind. But we shall probably never know which of the categories most of these changes fall into. Even if we wished to use the earliest draft, it is not clear if it can ever fully be deciphered. Might it not then be advisable to mix and match from the later versions? Also, can the correspondence be adduced as evidence? It would be dangerous, in sum, to conclude that MS2 or, a fortiori , MS1 should always be used for future editions of the novel.

To reverse the underlying question, it would seem clear that the Hetzel text can no longer be accepted as accurate or authentic. Much less famous novels are available in competing versions. Why not for the only French author of world renown? Equally clearly, all future interpretations of the novel must take the manuscripts into account.

The sandy bed of the English Channel, the medieval cliffs of Le Havre, and the sea where the beloved submarine bathes in perfect harmony henceforth form part of our vision of Nemo. The final conclusion concerns the urgency of establishing a reference edition of Vingt mille lieues. All the current French texts contain obvious faults of logic, fact, and spelling. A properly researched and annotated French edition is essential. What we should remember of Nemo is not the Hollywood version, betraying a truncated mistranslation of a bowdlerized text.

We should think instead of a musician playing his own compositions in his self-constructed submarine. It is a shame, though, that the journey has taken years. In some dark corner of the French National Library, Nemo still freely rides the ocean. Let us hope that a publisher will, one day, be brave enough to let him out. NOTES 1. On a cumulative basis. There have been a few pioneering studies, such as those by Destombes, Dehs, or Scheinhardt. But nobody apart from myself seems to have read the whole manuscript of a non-posthumous novel. The present study employs All translations from the French are my own.

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