BALZAC (Honoré de). Set of 4 works. - Etudes... - Lot 373 - Kâ-Mondo

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BALZAC (Honoré de). Set of 4 works. - Etudes... - Lot 373 - Kâ-Mondo
BALZAC (Honoré de). Set of 4 works. - Etudes de moeurs au XIXème siècle Tome V. Scènes de la vie de province. First volume. [Eugénie Grandet]. Paris, Madame Charles Béchet, 1834. In-8, 384 p., [2] f. (table and 1 blank), recent half-binding in black imitation leather, five-ribbed spine, gilt title and author, cover and spine preserved (cover corners missing, sustained brown spots). First edition. (Vicaire, I, 197). - Etudes de moeurs au XIXème siècle Tome VI. Scenes from provincial life. Second volume. Paris, Madame Charles Béchet, 1834. In-8, [2] f., 387 p., [2] f. (table and 1 blank), recent half-binding in black imitation leather, five-ribbed spine, gilt title and author, covers and spine preserved (sustained browning). Collective edition including Le Message, Les Célibataires, La Femme abandonnée, La Grenadière, L'Illustre Gaudissart, the last three texts in first editions. (Vicaire, I, 198). - Revue parisienne edited by M. de Balzac. Paris, A la Revue Parisienne, 1840. In-16, [2] f., 396 p., contemporary brown cardboard, garnet-red title page, untrimmed (spine rubbed and browned, corners worn, slight foxing). Complete first edition of the three issues of this review written almost entirely by Balzac. One general title and two relay titles bearing the dates "August 25" and "September 25". Includes: "Z. Marcas", "Les Fantaisies de Claudine" and "Etudes sur M. Beyle", the famous review of La Chartreuse de Parme. - Les ressources de Quinola. Paris, Michel Levy, 1864. In-12, [2] f., 95 p., modern half-root-striped basane, five-ribbed spine, gilt head, cover and spine preserved. Third edition. Handwritten note on the title page, by an actor of the period: "J'ai joué Monipodio le 13 9bre à l'improviste". Maurice de Meure bookplate.
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