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*Charles MAURRAS (1868-1952). 2 autograph MANUSCRIPTS (the 1st signed "R."), and 2 L.A.S.; 7 pages and a half in-4 and 4 pages in-8, one heading L'Action Française.

[1900 ?]. Letters from the provinces. M. Pochon's Motion. He scoffs at Pochon and Cocula, radical "intransigent" general councillors, who "asked that the students of the priests be by right thrown out of the competition, in all the examinations which give access to the grandes écoles"; Pascal, Bonaparte, Ozanam, Michelet... - The races found all the species, on the literary vogue of Hellenism, with the end crossed out. - 16 February, to a friend: "the days that take us away are crazy days"... - To the director of Le Figaro; "M. Urbain GOHIER complained at the assizes that I had defamed, outraged dug up his mother and said that he was not the son of his father, but of the director of the first newspaper in which he collaborated", and Le Figaro inserted his denial in a truncated version... ON JOINT 2 l.a.s. by Raymond de LA TAILHEDE (Moissac 5 October 1897), and Robert HAVARD (Le Mans 13 July 1905), and an issue of L'Assiette au beurre devoted to the "Camelots du Roy" (March 1909).
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*Charles MAURRAS (1868-1952). 2 autograph MANUSCRIPTS (the 1st signed "R."), and 2 L.A.S.; 7 pages and a half in-4 and 4 pages in-8, one heading L'Action Française.

[1900 ?]. Letters from the provinces. M. Pochon's Motion. He scoffs at Pochon and Cocula, radical "intransigent" general councillors, who "asked that the students of the priests be by right thrown out of the competition, in all the examinations which give access to the grandes écoles"; Pascal, Bonaparte, Ozanam, Michelet... - The races found all the species, on the literary vogue of Hellenism, with the end crossed out. - 16 February, to a friend: "the days that take us away are crazy days"... - To the director of Le Figaro; "M. Urbain GOHIER complained at the assizes that I had defamed, outraged dug up his mother and said that he was not the son of his father, but of the director of the first newspaper in which he collaborated", and Le Figaro inserted his denial in a truncated version... ON JOINT 2 l.a.s. by Raymond de LA TAILHEDE (Moissac 5 October 1897), and Robert HAVARD (Le Mans 13 July 1905), and an issue of L'Assiette au beurre devoted to the "Camelots du Roy" (March 1909).

Estimate 200 - 300 EUR
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Location of the item
France - 75016 Paris