Eureka par Edgar Poe. Traduit par Charles Baudelaire
OCLC records numerous copies
by POE, EDGAR ALLAN
Paris: Michel Lèvy, Frères, Libaires Éditeurs, 1864, 1864. Second edition of the first French translation of Eureka. OCLC records numerous copies. Binding somewhat worn, light foxing; very good copy.. 8vo, 19th century blue cloth spine, marbled boards, brown leather label, gilt lettering. Half-title present.
The famous translation by Charles Baudelaire, first published in 1838 together with the Adventures of Arthur Gordon Pym; here separately issued with a French translation of Rufus Griswold's memoir of Poe. (Inventory #: 26151)
English & American Literature, Americana, First Editions, Bibliography
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