October 09, 2008

Le Clézio : A Nobel recognition

J.MG. Le Clézio is only 23 years old when he is revealed and rewarded for Le Procès-verbal (The Deposition), his first book, which won the Renaudot Prize in 1963. Since, the author has published about fifty titles - novels, stories, essays. A classic style, quietly innovative, an humanistic dimension of the subjects the author chooses seduce his contemporaries. The jury of the Nobel Foundation plebiscites with the Prize in Literature this "writer of rupture, of poetic adventure and sensual ecstasy. "

Currently, the librairie Loliée offers in first editions :
  • Le Procès-verbal. Paris, Gallimard, 1963, in-12. Edition reserved to the press. These copy enhanced by a dedication of the author.
  • Le Déluge. Roman. Paris, Gallimard, 1966, in-8. One of the 85 copies on Lafuma-Navarre vellum paper.
  • Trois Villes Saintes. Paris, N.R.F., 1980, in-8, 1980. One of the 25 first copies on Dutch paper.
  • Printemps et autres saisons. Nouvelles. Paris, Gallimard, collection « Le Chemin », 1989, in-8, bounded (D.H. Mercher). One of the 45 first copies on Dutch paper . These copy enhanced by a dedication of the author.
  • Pawana. Paris, N.R.F., 1992, in-8. One of the 60 first copies on Dutch paper.
  • Cœur Brûle et autres romances. Paris, Gallimard, 2000, in-8. Limited to 90 copies on Lana vellum paper.
  • L’Africain. Roman. Paris, Mercure de France, 2004, in-12. Limited to 110 copies on vellum paper.
  • Ourania. Paris, N.R.F., 2006, in-8. Limited to 130 copies on vellum paper.
  • Ballaciner. Paris, N.R.F., 2007, in-8. Limited to 60 copies on vellum paper.