*Paul ADAM (1862-1920) novelist. 19 autograph MANUSCRIPTS signed, 1898-1904; about 165 pages, most in-4.
Chronicles and articles, and a short story. La Régie de l'Art, denouncing the mediocrity of art purchases by the State. Le Centaure , short story collected in Les Tentatives passionnées (Ollendorf 1898). . L'Orme du Rhin, on patriotism and social war, for the radical-socialist newspaper La Volonté, signed with the pseudonym "Marius Dupont"; Les Capacités, denouncing the hypocrisy of public opinion, the indigence of the parliamentarians, frauds, etc. . The Responsibilities of the Atmosphere, or the influence of the climate on psychology; The Scourge, on the press, during the review of the Dreyfus trial; The Boer and the Engineer, on the Second Boer War against England in South Africa; The Violence, about the Transvaal; The Machinism and the Spirit, a few months before the inauguration of the 1900 Universal Exhibition in Paris. . Le Meuble français, on the furniture presented at the Universal Exhibition; Le Jeu de l'or et du sang, an interesting article on the threats of war in Manchuria between Japan and Russia; [Les Façades parleraient], on a
new urban décor, decorating the Parisian façades with works of art, quotations; Les Foules de province [Le Journal du 3 juillet 1900], on the differences in morals between Paris and the provinces; Hypothesis, fiction of political anticipation, on the social war in Europe; Les Palais du peuple [Le Journal du 7 décembre 1900], on the project of G. Deherme's project to build a People's Palace; Quelques laideurs, on Parisian urbanism. . L'Enseignement des Yankees, on French military policy and American diplomacy, signed under the pseudonym "Aldus"; Le Jeu des nations, on migrant and "rooted" nations, and the migratory energy of the United States. Le Rêve des Germains , on Pangermanism, as opposed to Latin civilization.
Location of the item France - 75016 Paris