The Anglo-French entente in the seventeenth century, by Charles Bastide ...

London, John Lane; 1914.

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DA 47.1 .B36 Off-site
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DA47.1.B32 E5 Off-site
Subjects Comparative literature -- English and French.
Comparative literature -- French and English.
France -- Relations -- Grande-Bretagne.
France -- Relations -- Great Britain.
Grande-Bretagne -- Relations -- France.
Great Britain -- Relations -- France.
Great Britain.
International relations.
Littérature comparée -- Anglaise et française.
Littérature comparée -- Française et anglaise.
Description xii pages, 1 leaf, 238 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, facsimile 23 cm
Copyright Date 1914.
Notes Published 1913.
Translated from the French.
Translated from the French.
Contents Introduction.--From Paris to London under the Merry monarch.--Did Frenchmen learn English in the seventeenth century?--Specimens of English written by Frenchmen.--Gallomania in England (1600-1685)--Huguenot thought in England.--Shakespeare and Christophe Mongoye.--French gazettes in London (1650-1700)--A quarrel in Soho (1682)--The courtship of Pierre Coste, and other letters.--The strange adventures of the translator of Robinson Crusoe, the chevalier de Thémiseul.--Index.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2948816
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bastide, Charles, 1875-
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