This is a Rare pocket sized First Edition Antique Leather Bound Autobiography by Alphonse Daudet, translated to Dutch by Holger Sinding. Daudet was know for omitting and exaggerating details in his life stories. He was also known as a anti-semitic, which is probably why it is translated into Dutch. This book is in great antique condition and measures 6 1/4" by 4 1/4", and is 1/2" wide. Great for your next travels. Alphonse Daudet, (born May 13, 1840, Nîmes, France—died Dec. 16, 1897, Paris?), French short-story writer and novelist, now remembered chiefly as the author of tempers in his satires with pity and brings him into kinship with Charles Dickens as well as with Guy de Maupassant. All charges regarding customs outside the U.S.A. will be buyers responsibility. Thank you for looking.
Item ID: BC041301