PÉLADAN (Joséphin). Set of 7 books. - Latin... - Lot 587 - Kâ-Mondo

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PÉLADAN (Joséphin). Set of 7 books. - Latin... - Lot 587 - Kâ-Mondo
PÉLADAN (Joséphin). Set of 7 books. - Latin decadence. Éthopée, VII. Coeur en peine. Paris, Dentu, 1890. In-18, XLVII-330 p., early 20th c. purple half-chagrin, five-ribbed spine, gilt title and author, date on tail, cover preserved (margins yellowed). First edition illustrated with a portrait. - Latin decadence. Éthopée, VIII. L'Androgyne. Paris, Dentu, 1891. In-18, XX-303 p., recent binding in black half-basin with corners, five-ribbed spine, gilt author, title, fleurons and date, silvered head (paper yellowed). First edition. Illustrated with a frontispiece etching by Armand Point. Autograph letter from the author to Fr[édéric] Masson. - La décadence latine (Ethopée [XVI].) Modestie et vanité. Paris, Mercure de France, 1902. In-18, 361 p., [2] f., (one blank), 8 p. (catalog), contemporary brown half-chagrin, five-ribbed spine, gilt fleurons, title and author, date on tail, gilt head (corners rubbed, spine stained and re-stained; paper yellowed, margins fragile). First edition. - Les dévotes vaincues. Paris, Éditions du monde nouveau, 1923. In-16, 253 p., [1] f., recent blue-cornered polished half-chagrin binding, five-ribbed spine, gilt title, author, date and fleurons, date at tail, gilt head, covers and spine preserved (paper browned). First edition. - La décadence esthétique, I. L'art ochlocratique. Salons of 1882 & 1883. With a letter from J. Barbey d'Aurevilly... Paris, Camille Dalou, 1888. In-8, XII-216 p., paperback (cover faded, a few burrs). First edition illustrated with a heliogravure portrait of the author based on a photograph by Cayol. - Le voeu de la renaissance. Paris, Sansot, [c. 1920]. In-24, 96 p., paperback (spine rubbed, paper browned). Second edition. - L'athlétie et la statuaire antiques. Paris, Sansot, [c. 1914]. In-, 93 p., [3] f., paperback, (spine missing, cover worn). First edition. Autograph signed letter from the author to Frédéric Masson.
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