Au Hasard Des Soirees
Brisson, Pierre

Paris: Gallimard, 1935. F 459 pages, mostly unopened; inscribed and signed on the front endpaper by the author, "A M. Yves Gandon cordialement Pierre Brisson"; French text by Pierre Brisson (1896-1964) influential, long-time editor of Le Figaro, inscribing to fellow writer, Yves Gandon, Lauréat du Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie Française in 1948; with Brisson's writings on Moliere, Racine, Marivaux, Musset, Victor-Hugo, Dumas Pere, Shakespeare, Goethe, Jules Renard, Courteline, Le Centenaire de Victorien Sardou, Edouard Pailleron, Henry Becque, Octave Mirbeau, Henry Bataille, Edmond Rostand, Strndberg, Tourgueniew; le Theatre de Tchekhov; and Contemporaries: Denys Amiel, Tristan Bernard, Henry Bernstein, Edouard Bourdet, Paul Claudel, Jean Cocteau, Cromelynck, Maurice Donnay, Paul Fort, Paul Geraldy, Jean Giraudoux, Sacha Guitry, Lenormand, Pirandello, Paul Raynal, Romain Rolland, Maurice Rostand, Alfred Savoir, Marcel Achard, Marcel Pagnol, Steve Passeur, Jean Sarment, the Music Halls, "Petite Histoire du Feuilleton Dramatique"; laid-in is the small publisher's announcement broadside concerning this book; original printed paper wraps with the glassine over-wrap; light edge, tips wear to the binding; darkening of glassine; in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 20246)


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