Letter from Kovalsky to Drouet

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Drouet reminding some happy moments she shared with Juliette Drouet at Bordeaux, notably about faith and religious mysteries and when they cried together. She sends her a little book, as a present. She says she does not dare to offer it to Victor Hugo, as she is intimidated by him. She says that she has kept the pseudonym she had during the Franco-Prussian War, when she contributed to the journal La République, which was directed by a common friend, Mr Mie [cf. letter above].

Written at Bordeaux.