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French Poet Edmond Rostand Autograph, Handwritten Letter Signed

   Autograph letter signed, one page (cardboard), 5 x 3,5 inch, Cambo (France), 1913, in French, reply letter to an unknown gentleman - concerning a request, written and signed in black ink "Edmond Rostand", attractively mounted (removable) for display with a photograph, shows Rostand seated in a chair (altogether 8,25 x 11,75 inch), with intersecting letter folds and mild stainsbrowning to the edges - in fine to very fine condition. In parts: Je vous remercie beaucoup de votre aimable lettre. Mais je ne puis rien vous envoyer pour votre delicieuse Revue car je suis encore en ...

1948 Poet Dame Edith Sitwell Autograph Letter Signed

   Edith Sitwell was the eldest of the three literary Sitwells, the others being her younger brothers, Osbert and Sacheverell. Her best-known poem is probably Still Falls the Rain, which was written about the London Blitz. She was known for her eccentric style of dress and for always being generous and welcoming to Londons poetic circle. Sitwell became a Dame Commander in 1954. Written on two sides of an 8 x 6 ¼ sheet of paper. Condition: Fold lines, otherwise very good condition. A note about packing: Check our feedback. We take pride in our excellent packing. We double-box all ...

French Poet Paul Valery Autograph, Handwritten Letter Signed

   Ambroise Paul Toussaint Jules Valery. French poet, essayist, and philosopher. Autograph letter signed, 1 1/2 pages, 5,25 x 8,25 inch, `Centre Universitaire Mediterraneen de Nice`, Paris, 14.06.1938, in French, to Dr. Wohdor - Valery explains his long absence, written and signed in black ink "Paul Valery", with a central horizontal letter fold and mild creasing to the upper edge - in fine to very fine condition. Satisfaction Guarantee - If you are not satisfied with the autographs you can return them within 15 days without giving reasons. We do not offer any Autopen-, Secretarial-, ...

Autograph Letter Signed By Padraic Colum Irish Poet Novelist Folklorist

   Autograph letter signed, one page, on ruled paper measuring approximately 7 1/2" x 9 3/4", Donnybrook, Dublin, 9 November 1910. Perhaps you know of some paper in New York that would take it. I would be very glad to do an occasional letter on Irish Political Affairs. Offsetting and smudging of ink from letter having been folded before the ink had dried; lightly toned; upper and lower left corners torn away (no text affected); remains of prior mounting tape on blank verso; else good. One of the leading figures of the Irish Literary Revival. And ILAB (International League of Antiquarian ...

Autograph Letter Signed By William Cullen Bryant Editor Poet Journalist

   Bryant", one page, 5" x 8, New York, 14 February 1860. Concerning a professional appointment and relaying the news of a death:. Brought me a letter from his employer. It gave him a good character for industry fidelity &c but omitted to say anything about his sobriety. I did not give him a decided answer, but pointed out the omission. You will understand the cause of my taking this course with him. Will you tell him if he should see you that I think I can make a more satisfactory arrangement than he offers me? We have had sad times since I saw you. Little Alfred bled at the mouth ...

Hall, Radclyffe (1880-1943 English Poet And Author). Autograph Letter Signed

Autograph letter signed, Radclyffe Hall, to a Miss Stitch regarding an invitation from the Writer's Circle to speak on her novel "Adam's Breed". She writes that she is greatly honoured that the Circle would care to hear me, and will do my best to give some idea as to how I evolved'Adam's Breed'. I could speak on Monday October 18th at 6.45, if that will do, but I should like you to let me know for how long you would like me to speak. 37 Holland Street, Kensington, W. 1 1/4 sides 8vo on 2 conjoined leaves, on cream paper; remains of an album leaf on the blank reverse of the second side. The ...

E. E. Cummings (poet) Autograph Letter Signed To David Diamond (composer)

  "Keep Your Shirt On" - Autograph Letter Signed to DAVID DIAMOND with Vintage Photograph. An amusing autograph letter signed from the American poet to composer David Diamond, offering him consolation after a bad review by Virgil Thomson of his Concerto for Two Pianos. January 3031, 1949; 1 p. Cummings writes: Dear David strictly (and I mean strictly) entre nous i. Between 1 less than 3 human beings the undersigned considers VT's verdict re your concerto for two solo pianos an ignorant piece of malice. The malice doesn't surprise me slightly all'critics' being per se disappointed ...

American Poet & Writer James Whitcomb Riley Autograph Letter Signed

   JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY, American poet and writer. Autograph letter signed, 3 pages, on his personal stationery (printed in blind on fine deckle-edge paper), Indianapolis, 17 May 1897. A letter to fellow author, Myron Reed, saying in part: Your recent letter hit my affections a. More jolts of that kind would keep the. Of a fellow's feeling in the right place. [Y]ou were quoting Longfellow's Palingenesis in a way that. It's abroad in the whole. Forces of today -- so that I'd like to go out into it for a generous absence from the dod-gusted town and its living, thriving inhabitants. ...

British Poet Caroline Norton Autograph Letter Signed

   Norton, 3 1/2 pages, (no place or date). Barlow, enclosing a poem [no longer present], and sending an unidentified. Little gift with the greatest interest. After I had read it myself I lent it to an American Judge who is writing some works on the operations of the brain, which it turns my brain to hear him talk of, more especially as he discusses the subject in such a low & inarticulate voice that the operation of hearing scarcely goes on in my head during the flow of conversation. However I triumphantly read the page which alludes to the power of'forbidding thought' because he ...

Poet Gabriela Mistral Nobel Prize 1945 Autograph, Handwritten Letter Signed

  Chilean poet, educator, diplomat, and feminist who was the first Latin American (and, so far, the only Latin American woman) to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, in 1945. Autograph letter signed, 1 1/2 pages, 5,5 x 8,25 inch, in Spanish, to Attilia Brasiello - thanking him for "tu hermoso libro de poemas" (`book of poems`), written and signed in dark ink "Gabriela Mistral", with intersecting letter folds and mild creases - in fine to very fine condition. Siga ud, trabajando, sea o no, entendida. La Poesia es nustro camino... Satisfaction Guarantee - If you are not satisfied with the ...

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