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L'être double
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre (1904) - Paris: Alphonse Lemerre (1904). Riversdale was the pseudonym adopted by Renée Vivien (née Pauline Mary Tarn) and Baroness Hélène de Zuylen for several publications that they collaborated on during their six-year love affair. Zuylen, a wealthy member of the Rothschild family was married and had several children, but the romance with Vivien remained an important part of their lives (Vivien considered herself married to the Baroness) until Zuylen ended the relationship in 1907. Vivien, shocked and humiliated by the withdrawal of Zulylen left Paris to travel in Japan and eventually died in 1909, severely depressed over her failed relationships. L'etre Double is one of two novels produced by the couple. A very good copy in original wrappers, with cover illustration by Levy-Dhurmer. Laid into the book is an inscribed calling card for "Paule Riversdale" most likely in the hand of Vivien. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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