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Fri Mar 21 17:05:08 2014 UTClccn-n852027970.00Mademoiselle de Maupin; texte complet, 18350.741.00[Letter] 1910, January 17, Fontenay-Sous-Bois [to] St. Saens /14766617n 852027971395404Boschot, Adolf.Boschot Adolf 1871-1955Boschot, Adolpheボショ, アドルフlccn-n79079291Gautier, Théophile1811-1872lccn-n79091197Berlioz, Hector1803-1869lccn-n80022788Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus1756-1791edtcmplccn-nr90001884American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (Project)lccn-n79091479Hugo, Victor1802-1885lccn-n80057191Da Ponte, Lorenzo1749-1838lbtlccn-n82165623Académie des beaux-arts (France)edtlccn-n85303697Jamot, Paul1863-1939lccn-no94018776Hautecoeur, Louis1884-1973lccn-nr89010852Vitry, Paul1872-1941Boschot, Adolphe1871-1955Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryFictionBiographyPoetryBerlioz, Hector,French poetryBoschot, Adolphe,Gautier, Théophile,FranceFrench literatureFrench fictionMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,Authors, FrenchRomanticismMusiciansHugo, Victor,ComposersArtsEgyptCivilizationMusic--Instruction and studyLiszt, Franz,Schubert, Franz,Beethoven, Ludwig van,Bach, Johann Sebastian,Chopin, Frédéric,Damnation de Faust (Berlioz, Hector)PhilosophyLiterature, ModernBartók, Béla,Viardot-García, Pauline,Boyd, Ernest Augustus,Du Deffand, Marie de Vichy Chamrond,--marquise,Graves, Robert,Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Bruce, Sanders Dewees,Sitwell, Edith,Der Ling,--PrincessBac, Ferdinand,Allen, Hervey,Adams, Samuel Hopkins,Ade, George,Cunninghame Graham, R. B.--(Robert Bontine),Barron, Clarence W.--(Clarence Walker),Haggard, H. Rider--(Henry Rider),Bennett, Arnold,Boufflers, Stanislas-Jean de,Chesterton, G. K.--(Gilbert Keith),Flaubert, Gustave,Roberts, Kenneth Lewis,Castellane, Boni,--marquis de,Ferber, Edna,Crewe, Robert Offley Ashburton Crewe-Milnes,--Marquis of,Catullus, Gaius Valerius1871195518861894189518961897189919001901190219061907190819091910191119121913191619171919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571960196119621963196419651966196719681969197119721975197619791980198219841988199742574571033843PQ2258ocn000638198ocn005110552ocn005928397ocn000407740ocn003517909ocn420346653ocn420355371ocn006496173ocn496080783ocn422283146ocn779646280ocn494315128ocn779643116ocn779643114ocn494317212ocn779642422ocn780192287ocn494311153ocn779643098ocn780192562ocn418476952ocn458463370ocn441157463ocn468383062ocn861020719ocn492345318ocn809148386ocn458650215ocn459276788ocn458657337ocn458710406ocn659287687ocn458025518ocn762461256ocn691961743ocn692013312ocn659242283ocn458650213ocn181913965ocn724933226ocn458650152ocn462779219ocn844098982ocn844098974ocn844098960ocn844098877ocn844098863ocn844099021ocn458650086ocn844098946ocn458650086ocn185818782ocn839898805ocn843350696ocn034450950ocn691822124ocn459053736ocn46083678856853ocn000638198book19300.63Gautier, ThéophileLe capitaine Fracasse, text complet (1863)HistoryFiction31225ocn007102261book19550.66Gautier, ThéophileLe roman de la momie; précédé de trois contes antiques, Une nuit de Cléopâtre, Le roi Candaule [et] Arria MarcellaHistoryFiction24017ocn002014924book19330.81Boschot, AdolpheThéophile Gautier2309ocn001073975book19280.73Gautier, ThéophileÉmaux et caméesPoetryParu en 1852, ce livre marque en quelque sorte la fin de la première grande poésie romantique, idéaliste, sentimentale et grandiloquente, et inaugure la poésie parnassienne17933ocn002469966book19080.86Boschot, AdolpheLe Faust de Berlioz; étude sur la "Damnation de Faust" et sur l'âme romantiqueCriticism, interpretation, etc13125ocn004212837book19080.90Boschot, AdolpheUn romantique sous Louis-Philippe. Hector Berlioz, 1831-1842, d'après de nombreux documents inéditsBiography12633ocn001657549book19190.88Boschot, AdolpheHector Berlioz : une vie romantiqueBiography1188ocn005110552book19290.81Gautier, ThéophileSouvenirs romantiques; Hugo, Nerval, Balzac, Lamartine, Heine, Madame de Girardin, Les Cénacles 1830, BaudelaireCriticism, interpretation, etcHonoré de Balzac references on p. vi, xvi, xix, 10, 209, 212, 227, 242, 281, 306, and 325-32611123ocn003386999book19120.86Boschot, AdolpheLe crépuscule d'un romantique: Hector Berlioz, 1842-1869, d'après de nombreux documents inéditsBiography10612ocn010292322book19190.84Boschot, AdolpheUne vie romantique, Hector Berlioz10129ocn004631502book19060.81Boschot, AdolpheLa jeunesse d'un romantique: Hector Berlioz, 1803-1831, d'après de nombreux documents inédits9129ocn420346653book19300.53Gautier, ThéophileMademoiselle de Maupin; texte complet, 18358218ocn002336869book19350.86Boschot, AdolpheMozart7422ocn004178284book19220.92Boschot, AdolpheChez les musiciens (du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours)Criticism, interpretation, etc7017ocn012111517book19280.81Boschot, AdolpheLa lumiére de Mozart6711ocn002685310book19460.84Boschot, AdolphePortraits de musiciens615ocn002823742book19060.92Boschot, AdolpheLa jeunesse d'un romantique: Hector Berlioz, 1803-1831 d'après de nombreux documents inédits, avec trois portraits5817ocn004631551book19370.73Boschot, AdolpheMusiciens-poètes: Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt, Chopin506ocn010290267book19320.37Boschot, AdolpheDas romantische Leben Hector Berlioz'495ocn004304227book19250.94Boschot, AdolpheChez nos poètesCriticism, interpretation, etc2402ocn001115343book19660.53Gautier, ThéophileMademoiselle de Maupin; texte complet, 183591ocn009424790book19820.92Bartok et la France : dossier11ocn005099494book19760.92Lafay, BernardInauguration d'une plaque commémorative sur la maison où vécut Adolphe Boschot : de 1912 à 1939, à Paris, 20 rue d'Edimbourg : Institut de France, Académie des beaux-arts, discours prononcés le 8 juin 197611ocn762457195com1966Gautier, ThéophileMademoiselle de Maupin; texte complet, 183511ocn061313825book19101.00Boschot, Adolphe[Letter] 1910, January 17, Fontenay-Sous-Bois [to] St. SaensRecords and correspondence11ocn263962247file0.47Clark, Robert SterlingSterling and Francine Clark Papers: Reading LibraryPedigreesThe Robert Sterling Clark reading library is comprised of ca. 800 titles that document a broad range of interests. Fiction and history predominate, though there is significant subject development in cookery and horses. The collection includes multiple volumes by a number of authors, including substantive first edition holdings of Pearl S. Buck, John Galsworthy, Sinclair Lewis, and P.G. Wodehouse. Many of the volumes include minor penciled annotations by RSC which record reading dates and brief thoughts on the volume in handFri Mar 21 15:30:21 EDT 2014batch29810