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DASSONVILLE, GUSTAVE ARTHUR (1913-1998) - A Collection of Letters to Emmanuel Looten Regarding Gustave Arthur Dassonville's Publications of Works by Gabriel Laniez (1897-1954)

Lille:1948-1949. 8vo and 4to. 8 letters. 13pp. Gustave Arthur Dassonville (1913-1998) Cartophile, publiciste. - Editeur et rédacteur en chef du "Brulôt" (en 1990).. Gabriel Laniez (1897-1954).. From the estate of Emmanuel Looten. Expertise by Librairie Giraud-Badin 22, rue Guynemer 75006 Paris.. Emmanuel Looten was a French poet born November 6, 1908, in Bergues, and died June 30, 1974. He published many works, theatrical plays but especially books of poetry ; he was also the author of literary or artistic criticism. Strongly influenced by his native region, Flanders. He published more than 80 collections of poems and essays and was one of the major poets of French Flanders. His texts were not widely distributed and very few printed, but they received the appreciation of great artists, and deserve to be discovered or rediscovered : « A cloche-rêve », « Sur ma rive de chair », « La saga de Lug Hallewijn », « Liturgies Flamandes », « Nada » .. He received, numerous awards: in 1946, the Grand Prix des lettres of the Sciences and Arts Society of Lille and the Prix Verlaine in 1948, by the French Poets Society for his work "The Fabulous Opera.
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 290 | £UK 257.75 | JP¥ 36319] Book number 16-4091

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