[Charles BAUDELAIRE] - His publishers POULET-MALASSIS... - Lot 7 - Vermot et Associés

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[Charles BAUDELAIRE] - His publishers POULET-MALASSIS... - Lot 7 - Vermot et Associés

[Charles BAUDELAIRE] - His publishers POULET-MALASSIS and BROISE: Auguste Poulet-Malassis (1825-1878); Autograph letter signed, 1 p in-8, Clichy, November 19, 1862, he was then imprisoned for debts after his bankruptcy (because of his persistence in publishing marginal authors such as Baudelaire), "As I do not want my imprisonment to harm your interests, I will pass on to whomever you wish the management of the "Revue anecdotique" which I hold from the ministry. As for my share in the literary property and my third in the former fund, please come to an agreement with M. Quatremère, my trustee.Quatremère my trustee" (letter possibly addressed to Lorédan Larchey, co-owner of the "Revue anecdotique(letter possibly addressed to Lorédan Larchey, co-owner of the "Revue anecdotique", in his literary properties, Poulet-Malassis held the rights to the whole of Baudelaire's work, which he had ceded to him in May 1861, it was Alphonse Quatremère, a lawyer, who represented him) / Eugènbe de Broise (1821-1907), Poulet-Malassis' brother-in-law, associated with him in the publishing houseLetter signed, 1 p in-4, headed "Poulet-Malassis & de Broise", Alençon, March 13, 1859, to Alexandre Weil (1811-1899), about the publication and the costs of the edition of his "Emeraude", he adds "Our business comes definitely on the 22nd. The rumours of war are not favourable to us. As you can imagine, business is very slow. Patience and courage = virtue of the wise man that one must know how to practice" ("affair" can refer to the numerous trials because of Baudelaire; one notes the fatalistic side of de Broise, who was dragged in spite of himself into the Baudelaire adventure by Poulet-Malassis)

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