Très intéressante publication de Kate Tsurkan, via Twitter :
« I wrote about 19th century French sci-fi author J.H. Rosny aîné's dislike for Émile Zola, his pining literary correspondence with Stéphane Mallarmé (scans from the archive included) and the question of the author's legacy. »
« Rosny’s novels are the main focus of my PhD dissertation. His work is so groundbreaking & it’s a real pity it’s less known today than that of, say, Jules Verne. Rosny the man is just as fascinating as Rosny the author & his friendship w/ Mallarmé speaks volumes about both. »
Vous pouvez lire « The Search for Infinite Impressions : On J.H. Rosny, Émile Zola & Stéphane Mallarmé » sur le site Patreon (inscription obligatoire).