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Fri Mar 21 17:04:04 2014 UTClccn-n886685550.35La jeunesse de Stendhal0.840.94Louason, ou, Les perplexités amoureuses de Stendhal /112354113n 886685552383842Arbelet, Paul, b. 1874アルブル, ポールlccn-n78095494Stendhal1783-1842lccn-n85327696Champion, Edouard1882-1938othedtlccn-no00028519Stryienski, Casimir1853-1912edtlccn-n79043851Molière1622-1673lccn-n50017642Courier, Paul-Louis1772-1825lccn-n79066702Mérimée, Prosper1803-1870lccn-n86864404Debraye, Henry(1878-1948)edtlccn-n80119408Del Litto, Victor1911-pbdedtlccn-n86862095Abravanel, Ernestpbdedtlccn-n90667348Dollot, René1875-Arbelet, Paul1874-FictionPolitical fictionHistoryDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyLove storiesPsychological fictionRecords and correspondenceItalyItaly--ParmaYoung menManners and customsPolitical fictionStendhal,French fictionFrench literatureAuthors, FrenchScott-Moncrieff, C. K.--(Charles Kenneth),Don Juan (Legendary character)Chappell, Warren,FrancePaintingRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Courts and courtiersAdventure storiesPainting, ItalianFrench dramaActressesCourier, Paul-Louis,Mérimée, Prosper,Waterloo, Battle of (Belgium : 1815)Belgium--WaterlooPolitical scienceItaly, NorthernJourda, Pierre,Social historyTravelChartreuse de Parme (Stendhal)Literature, ModernAuthorsLove stories, ItalianMichelangelo Buonarroti,French languageClassical fictionNapoleonic Wars (1800-1815)French drama (Comedy)Love storiesLeonardo,--da Vinci,Stendhal-Club (1922-1935)CivilizationDom Juan (Molière)Art, RenaissanceDissentersArt, ModernPlagiarismSocietiesGreat BritainConstitutional history1874193819041905190619081909191119131914191919211922192319241925192619271928192919321933193419351937193819391941194219511954195519561958196119661969197419751980198319851986199820012006156422843.7PQ2435ocn301704373ocn301607385ocn608800976ocn459053560ocn459605313ocn800351825ocn458501373ocn257829881ocn832253560ocn460434650ocn468784786ocn797614221ocn459101249ocn083320325ocn421886109ocn440576215ocn459053231ocn465019541ocn370390101ocn083320325ocn18626064326023ocn003385542book19140.86Arbelet, PaulLa jeunesse de Stendhal20922ocn002197570book19260.90Arbelet, PaulStendhal épicier; ou, Les infortunes de MélanieBiography16328ocn005778293book19240.84StendhalHistoire de la peinture en ItalieHistory15421ocn005783823book19130.90Arbelet, PaulL'histoire de la peinture en Italie et les plagiats de StendhalHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc12610ocn001939935book19240.92Arbelet, PaulLes amours romantiques de Stendahl et de Victorine12029ocn002995955book19340.56MolièreDom Juan : ou, Le festin de Pierre, comédieDramaNotes explicatives, questionnaires, bilans accompagnent le texte9812ocn001951611book19340.88Arbelet, PaulTrois solitaires (Courier--Stendhal--Mérimée)9410ocn005150338book19280.88Arbelet, PaulPremier voyage de Stendhal au pays des comédiennes8013ocn004368915book19130.84StendhalOeuvres complètes de Stendhal795ocn010522362book19340.93Arbelet, PaulStendhal au pays des comédiennes666ocn001907041book19110.92Stendhal... Journal d'Italie524ocn006017443book19290.88Dollot, RenéLes journées adriatiques de Stendhal5114ocn005530475book19080.88Stryienski, CasimirSoirées du Stendhal Club; documents inéditsRecords and correspondence5110ocn010049372book19370.94Arbelet, PaulLouason, ou, Les perplexités amoureuses de Stendhal4812ocn017942324book19080.88Stryienski, CasimirSoirées du Stendhal Club. Documents inéditsCriticism, interpretation, etc308ocn490167270book18020.35Arbelet, PaulLa jeunesse de Stendhal308ocn490166452book17990.35Arbelet, PaulLa jeunesse de Stendhal227ocn005467334book18460.39StendhalThe charterhouse of ParmaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionLove storiesPolitical fictionThe Charterhouse of Parma (1839) is a compelling novel of passion and daring. Set at the beginning of the 19th-century in northern Italy, it traces the joyous but ill-starred amorous exploits of a handsome young aristocrat called Fabrice del Dongo. The novel's great achievement is to conjure up the excitement and romance of youth while never losing sight of the harsh realities which beset the pursuit of happiness. This new translation captures Stendhal's narrative verse, while the Introduction explores the novel's reception and the reasons for its enduring popularity and power. - ;The Charterho225ocn023877271book19260.93Arbelet, PaulStendhal et le petit ange201ocn490393429book0.70StendhalLucien LeuwenFictionPsychological fictionPolitical fictionIn de tijd van de Franse Juli-monarchie onder Louis-Philippe, vanaf 1830, werkt de zoon van een schatrijke Parijse bankier als tweede-luitenant in de garnizoensstad Nancy ijverig aan zijn zelfontplooiing11ocn702137143mix0.90Lefèvre, FrédéricUne heure avecCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsThis set of volumes consists of manuscript drafts (often in the hand of the interviewee), typescript proofs, and printed proofs of interviews Lefev̀re conducted with many contemporary French writers. Included are texts, heavily revised by the author and many including the interviewee's own manuscript contributions, of discussions with: André Gide, Jean Giraudoux, Valéry Larbaud, François Mauriac, Charles Maurras, Paul Morand, Pierre Mac Orlan, and André Suarès. Also included are interviews with: Paul Arbelet, Joseph Bédier, Henri Béraud, Henry Bordeaux, Georg Brandes, Alphonse de Châteaubriant, Gaston Chérau, Marcel Coulon, Pierre Dominique, Roland Dorgelès, Lucien Fabré, Victor Giraud, Georges Goyau. Daniel Halévy, Pierre Hamp, Jacques Maritain, Henri Massis, Ossendowski, Jacques Rivière, Ernest Seillière and Pierre VilleyFri Mar 21 15:58:51 EDT 2014batch18864