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Charles van Lerberghe (1861-1907) was a Flemish symbolist poet writing in French. His poetry was set to music by Gabriel Fauré in the song cycles "La chanson d'Ève" and "Le jardin clos". This is a first edition of one of his best-known collections of poems (copy No. 238 of 385, initialled by the publisher).

 The original card wrappers are bound into the later rexine binding (date not known). The endpapers have tan markings, and the card wrappers are slightly discoloured, but the binding is tight and the pages are in very good condition, clean and unmarked.

 

Item details

Added value:
First edition
Author(s):
Van Lerberghe, Charles
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1898
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
149
Publisher:
Paul Lacomblez

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Charles van Lerberghe (1861-1907) was a Flemish symbolist poet writing in French. His poetry was set to music by Gabriel Fauré in the song cycles "La chanson d'Ève" and "Le jardin clos". This is a first edition of one of his best-known collections of poems (copy No. 238 of 385, initialled by the publisher).

 The original card wrappers are bound into the later rexine binding (date not known). The endpapers have tan markings, and the card wrappers are slightly discoloured, but the binding is tight and the pages are in very good condition, clean and unmarked.

 

Added value:
First edition
Author(s):
Van Lerberghe, Charles
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1898
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
149
Publisher:
Paul Lacomblez

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