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Seducido por la obra y la vida aventurera de Stevenson, Schwob (Chaville, 1867 - París, 1905), autor de culto al que se deben raras obras maestras como Vidas Imaginarias o El libro de Monelle, comete en 1901 la mayor locura de su vida: ignorando su delicado estado de salud, se embarca en compañía de su inseparable criado Ting, en el vapor «Ville de la Ciotat» ¡rumbo a Samo ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published 1996 by Valdemar (first published May 31st 1990)
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Marcel Schwob (1867-1905) was one of the key symbolist writers, standing in French literature alongside such names as Stephane Mallarme, Octave Mirbeau, Andre Gide, Leon Bloy, Jules Renard, Remy de Gourmont, and Alfred Jarry. His best-known works are Double Heart (1891), The King In The Gold Mask (1892), and Imaginary Lives (1896).
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