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#627 - Francois Coppee

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French poet and novelist (1842–1908) who was known as ‘the poet of the humble.’ Lengthy AMS in French, one page, 8.5 x 13.5, no date. Untranslated essay entitled ‘L’Omnibus,’ inspired by a transportation strike in Paris, recollecting his earlier years casually riding around in horse-drawn carriages and observing the everyday life of the city. Previously cut into several strips (labeled alphabetically) and now remounted on a backing sheet. In very good condition, with chipping to edges affecting some portions of the text, uniform toning, and aforementioned reconstruction of fragments. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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