French men, women, and books; a series of nineteenth-century studies.


Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1967] .

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Subjects French literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Description viii, 251 p. ports. 22 cm.
Notes First published in 1910.
Contents French domestic poetry, with original translations.--A great love-story; Balzac and Madame Hanska.--French author and publisher: Barbey d'Aurévilly and Trebutien.--An Anglo-French romance: Mary Clarke and Claude Fauriel.--A God-intoxicated Frenchman: Jean Reynaud.--A great prose epic, 1870-71: The brothers Margueritte.--A great prose epic, 1870 1: The brothers Margueritte.--A typical artisan and the people's universities.--Anglophile and reformer: Edmond Demolins.--The historian of a tragedy: M. Joseph Reinach.--French views of England: MM. Chevrillon, Coste, Boutmy, and others.--Postscript. La France vue de l'Angleterre, French study by the author.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00319002
(OCoLC)319002
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