Le Lys Rouge
France, Anatole

Paris: Calmann-Levy, 1928. 409 pages; French language text throughout; Anatole France (Pseud. of Jacques-Anatole-Francois Thibault) 1844-1924, novelist, critic, and man of letters, born in paris, the only son of a book-dealer...The Dreyfus case aroused his strong sympathies and in later years he developed socialist leanings, at times taking part in public meetings. His last years were spent in retirement in his Touraine property, La Bechellerie. He was awared the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1921. (Oxford French); marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, dark tourquoise leather spine, red leather spine label, gilt lettered, spine gilt ruled, top edge gilt; some light wear to binding; some browning to leaves; very good condition in a nice binding. Very Good (Item ID: 14459)


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