First edition. Well complete with volume 3 which is often missing (according to Clouzot p. 141), published in 1877 by Calmann Levy.
Unpublished correspondence, with an introduction and notes, from France, Germany, England. Lutèce, poems and legends, dramas and fantasies.
"Heine is considered the "last poet of Romanticism" and, at the same time, the one who came to terms with it. He elevated everyday language to the level of poetic language, the cultural rubric and the travel story to the level of an art genre, and gave German literature
previously unfamiliar elegant lightness. "
Provenance: Bookplate of Eugène Seligmann.
3 octavo vol. of 387pp. - 456pp. - 433pp. Complete 3/3.
Period brown half sheepskin binding. Tooled spine with raised bands, gilded title, author and fleurons.
Bindings in good condition. The headcap and tailcap are slightly rubbed. Fresh interior overall, light foxing. In good condition.
- Number of Books
- Author/ Illustrator
- Henri Heine
- Book Title
- Correspondance inédite. Avec préface et des notes explicatives (3 volumes)
- Publication year oldest item
- Publication year youngest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Michel Lévy Frères
- Binding/ Material
- Half leather
- other extra - see description
- Number of pages
- 18.5×12 cm