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Le Sire de Chambley" (Edmont H.): [Edmond Haraucourt (1856-1941).]
La Légende des Sexes Poëmes hysteriques. 1882.
Nevers: by the author, 1883. Original edition. Edition de tete: copy # 1 of 12 copies published on Japon (entire edition 212 copies: 12 copies on Japan paper as this; 200 numbered copies). Inscribed to Paul Eudel* "souvenir du vernissage de 1884" numbered #A1" and with two unpublished autograph poems by the author, one with a drawing. Also, an invitation tipped in to an exposition of his drawings for Seul, 1891, his collection of poems.Haraucourt was a disciple of Leconte de Lisle founder of the so-called Parnassian school. This group of writers was named after the Symbolist journal Parnasse Contemporain in which they appeared (1866, 1869-71,1876). Associated with Baudelaire, Verlaine and Mallarmé, the Parnassians used careful versification, exact expressions, objectivity and avoided sentimentality. Their writing was a reaction to the emotional extravagances of Romanticism. Haraucourt, although his writing was a decade later, is still considered a member of this school, albiet in the Parnassian événement ie "aftermath" 8vo (6" x 9 ½"). for full description, cut and paste the link below to your
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