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ARCHIVES DOMINIQUE AURY. Important set of... - Lot 308 - Marie-Saint Germain
ARCHIVES DOMINIQUE AURY. Important set of documents including : Anne DESCLOS, known as Dominique AURY. 2 handwritten school notebooks from 4e B. A Latin textbook; philosophy, politics, literature, education and a geometry coursebook containing numerous diagrams. Both notebooks are clean, with neat handwriting. - Daniel GALLOIS. Manuscript, May 1927. Daniel Gallois was born on December 5, 1906 in Haïphong. After secondary school in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, he entered a literary preparatory class at the Lycée Condorcet. He passed the competitive examination for the École normale supérieure in the literary class of 1926, and was awarded the agrégation in classics in 1930. He embarked on a career as a secondary school teacher in Rome, Orléans, then Paris, at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand from 1935 to 1938, then at the Lycée Condorcet. During the Second World War, he joined the Resistance in 1940. In 1945 and until 1961, he taught première supérieure at the Lycée Condorcet. He died on December 24, 1977 in Huisseau-sur-Mauves (Loiret). Pierre Petitmengin was a student of Daniel Gallois at the Lycée Condorcet in hypokhâgne. Manuscript of 25 leaves. Short story about the final reunion of former lovers, a conductor and a pianist, which ends tragically. - Albert MERMOUD, dit KEKS. 7 letters signed "Keks", nickname of Albert Mermoud, director of the Guilde du Livre in Lausanne and friend of Blaise Cendrars.Albert Mermoud, born in Neuchâtel on May 24, 1905, and died in Lausanne on March 18, 1997, was a Swiss entrepreneur, co-founder and later president of the Cinémathèque suisse, and founder of the Guilde du Livre publishing house. 7 handwritten or typescript letters concerning difficulties in publishing and printing a text by Dominique Aury. Some personal exchanges for the festive season. - Correspondence to Madame d'ARGUILA, known as Dominique Aury. In 1929, Desclos married a journalist, Raymond d'Argila, with whom she had a son. She left him some time later because of his violence. - 1 telegram and 4 handwritten letters from Raymond d'Arguila in 1940-1941 to Dominique Aury, whom he nicknamed Sucette. He asks for news of her and her son, from whom he is separated because of the war. Raymond has just left Paris. - Jacques EPSTEIN. LAS to Anne Desclos, February 17, 1948. Handwritten letter concerning the publication of one of his texts "Table Ronde". - 1 typescript leaflet in English addressed to Mr. Nairn, dated 1924. Letter concerning congratulations for Merchant Taylor's school. On "War office" letterhead. - Daniel GALLOIS. 1 handwritten letter dated August 1927 addressed to Annette, Anne Desclos, and telling her that he wishes to see her again soon. - Miscellaneous correspondence. 8 handwritten and typescript sheets, 2 envelopes and a postcard. Invoices, address list, poems. - Jean GREUZ (?). 2 painted japon papers, 18 x 9 cm. Signed, dated 82 and 85 and dedicated to Dominique Aury. - Daniel GALLOIS. Le Chemin de la mer. Handwritten poem on one sheet, dated July 1923, made in Granville. - Dominique AURY. 3 signed autograph letters, dated July 1960, concerning vacations at Dominique's home. She mentions her son Philippe, René and Plum (?). - Monsieur ROGER. A postcard-sized letter dated June 1960. He sends this letter to Dominique to inform her that he is aware of his health problems and that he knows he is getting better. - Louis HÉMON. Page from a Marie Chapdelaine manuscript, copied by Dominique Aury, dated August 1923. - James STERN. Typescript letter in English addressed to Anne Desclos. He thanks her for the translation of one of his texts, The Cloud, and informs her that another woman is in the process of translating some of these texts. - M. OUIEUX (?). Letter concerning the publication of a text Ciseau d'argent (?) and the arrangements to be made for this publication. - Daniel GALLOIS. Pitié pour ceux qui pleurent" ("Pity for those who weep"). 10 typescript leaves. Text telling the story of a young girl who marries a man she doesn't love and causes the death of the man she does. - Daniel GALLOIS. La Fuite du désert. 3 typescripts. In Mexico, 2 monks get lost in the desert and are rescued by a family of shepherds. In the morning, they have disappeared and the monks realize the resemblance with the Holy Family. Short story after Willa Carther. - Certificat d'études secondaire du lycée Fénelon, Paris, 1922 by Anne Desclos. Enclosed: Anne Desclos business card. - Fascicule sur la poésie française de 1560 à 1630, les cours de la Sorbonne, by Raymond LEBÈQUE. Etc.
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