Celan, Paul, German-language poet (1920-1970). 3 autogr. letters signed.

Paris and n. p., 1963 and 1964.

Large 4to and (oblong 8vo). Altogether (2+2+1 =) 5 pp. on 3 ff. With one autogr. envelope.


To the German publisher Joseph Melzer, on being distressed by Melzer's fate, which he had to go through during these days. He had spoken to Margarete Susman in Zurich on that case, and recommends the German writer Paul Schallück to whom Melzer should turn to as the only one "who has a hand to help and an ear to listen [...] You see: I have just a word of helplessness to say ... and only a little hope searching for a space in what we have in common [...]" (7. VI. 1963; transl. from the German original).

Each with punched holes (not touching text).

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