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Image for French Literary Gems: Morceaux Choisis de Oeuvres de Cornielle, Moliere, Pascal, Lafontaine, Boussuet, Racine, Voltaire, Beaumarchais, Lamartine, Hugo, Baudelaire, Renan, Daudet, and Rostand

French Literary Gems: Morceaux Choisis de Oeuvres de Cornielle, Moliere, Pascal, Lafontaine, Boussuet, Racine, Voltaire, Beaumarchais, Lamartine, Hugo, Baudelaire, Renan, Daudet, and Rostand

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, R.D. Cortina Company: 1962

Seller ID: 10244

Condition: Very Good


Blue paper-covered boards with a printed title label pasted on the front cover. Some fading to the spine and a couple of small stains to the rear cover. Interior clean and bright. 59 pages, illustrated endpapers. Selections from masterpieces of French literature, one page each with a facing page English translation. Useful for anyone learning French. A title in the Cortina Classics Series. View more info

Image for 7 by Colette of the Academy Goncourt: Gigi, The Cat, Chéri, The Last of Chéri, My Mother's House, Chance Acquaintances, and The Vagabond

7 by Colette of the Academy Goncourt: Gigi, The Cat, Chéri, The Last of Chéri, My Mother's House, Chance Acquaintances, and The Vagabond

By: Colette

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Farrar, Straus & Cudahy: 1955

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 10358

Condition: Very Good


Blue cloth with rubbing wear to the extremities. The dust jacket has edge wear and chipping to the spine ends and corners. Protected now in a Mylar sleeve. Translations from French to English by the following: Roger Senhouse (Gigi, Chéri, The Last of Chéri), Antonia White (The Cat), Una Vicenzo Troubridge and Enid McLeod (My Mother's House), Patrick Lee Fermor (Chance Acquaintances), and Enid McLeod (The Vagabond). View more info

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Rozenie Ou Les Moscovites

By: D'Estaing, Charles-Henri

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, East European Monographs, Boulder/Columbia University Press: 1993

Seller ID: 09427

ISBN: 0880332808

Condition: Near Fine


Dark blue cloth with gilt title on the spine. Gift inscription inside the front cover, otherwise fine. 154 pages with Selected Bibliography. Introduction and Notes by Jean-Pierre Cap. A previously unpublished play from eighteenth-century France. Russia's Catherine I is the heroine of the play and this play is historically significant for having been the only work in French to glorify Catherine I. This book is organized into the following sections: Foreword, Critical Introduction, Introduction to Rozenie ou les Moscovites by Comte Charles-Henri d'Estaing, the text of Rozenie ou les Moscovites, ... View more info