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[Women's literature]. 10 vols. - VACARESCO... - Lot 521 - Kâ-Mondo
[Women's literature]. 10 vols. - VACARESCO (Hélène). Chants d'aurore. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1886. In-12, 122 p., paperback (spine browned). First edition of the first published collection of poems by this Romanian-born author, Elena Văcărescu (1864-1947). Awarded by the Académie française in 1889. - WOODWARD (Grâce, pseud. of Bonne Georges d'Orgeval). Flocons de rêve. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1906. In-12, [3] f., IV-151 p., [1] f., paperback, uncut (spine browned). Autograph signed letter from the author to Monsieur Houdaille. - PÉRIN (Cécile). La coupe. Cannes, C.A. Högman, [1938]. In-16, 103 p., [2] f., paperback, uncut (spine browned). First edition, with illustrations by André Karpélès. Printed in an edition of 640 copies, one of 600 ordinary copies, no. 138. Cécile Périn (1877-1959), poetess, took part in the Groupe de l'Abbaye de Créteil. Beautiful autograph letter signed by the author "To the two fine poets Arlette and Fernand Gregh...". - JUNG (Hélène). La vierge au donateur. Paris, Grasset, 1924. In-12, 107 p., [1] f., paperback, uncut. Second edition, the first by Grasset after the original by Courtot in 1923. Press copy. Autograph signed letter from the author to Miche Corday. - RAMELS-CALS (Jeanne). Amour en province. Paris, Fayard, [1926]. In-12, 253 p., paperback, untrimmed (tears). First edition illustrated by the author with numerous small portraits and caricatures in the text. Edition of 65 copies: one of 50 on vellum (no. 16). Ramels-Cals is the pseudonym of novelist and illustrator Jeanne Eugénie Augustine Gibert, wife of Édouard Cals. Amusing autograph letter from the author to Pierre Valdagne, novelist and playwright (1854-1937): "* without dedication because it bores me too much / Jeanne Ramel Cals / * Pierre Valdagne". - AUREL; RYNER (Han). Le drame d'être deux. Lyon, Les éditions du fleuve, 1924. In-12, 285 p., [1] f., paperback (yellowed paper). Fifth edition. Fine autograph from Aurel to the poet André de Nicolaï, and his handwritten bookplate. Aurel, the pen name of Aurélie de Faucamberge, ran a literary salon between the wars, frequented by Cocteau, Lucie Delarue-Mardrus and Anna de Noailles, among others; Han Ryner was an anarchist activist who contributed to all the movement's publications, and here they write a four-handed reflection on the modern couple. - LARNAC (Jean). Histoire de la littérature féminine en France. Paris, Kra, [1929]. In-12, 296 p., paperback (spine browned, paper yellowed). - BORDEAUX (Henry). Clémence Isaure ou la poésie. [Paris], Les Amis d'Edouard n°66, [1924]. Small square in-12, [3] f., 26 p., [4] f., paperback, filled cover. First edition printed in an edition of 200 hors-commerce copies: one of 190 on Arches laid paper (no. 75), with signed autograph dispatch from Edouard Champion to René Kieffer. Clémence Isaure is a legendary figure of 15th-century Toulouse, who is credited with re-establishing the jeux floraux, a poetry contest in which the winner received a gold or silver flower. - TOLSTOI (Countess). Diary. [2] : 1891-1897. Paris, Plon, 1931. In-12, paperback, uncut. First edition, volume 2 only. - TINAYRE (Marcelle). L'amour qui pleure. Paris, Calmann-Lévy, [1908]. In-12, [4] f., 270 p., [1] f., paperback. Mention of 3rd ed. on cover.
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