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Description: French novelist Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897) penned this brief letter in French in which he accepts an invitation. He asks his correspondent for his chosen day so that he can lift the “severe order that [Daudet] has had to surround himself with at the end of a hurried work.”

Alphonse Daudet was a Naturalist writer whose work often told tales of French provincial life. Some of his works include: Lettres de Mon Moulin, Tartarin de Tarascon, and Fromont jeune et Risler aîné.

Written on a 6 ¾” x 4 ¼” sheet of stationery edged in mourning black. Item #A01314

Condition: Fold line, short tear reinforced with archival tissue/tape on verso, overall very good condition with a neat, bold signature.