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Fri Mar 21 17:14:38 2014 UTClccn-no920103790.00[Émile Forgues, old-Nick]0.801.00Forgues: nineteenth century anglophile66465923no 920103793178000Aben-Zaide, 1813-1883Daurand Émile 1813-1883Daurand-Forgues, ÉmileDaurand-Forgues Émile 1813-1883Daurand-Forgues, Émile D. 1813-1883Daurand-Forgues, Paul-Emile.Daurand-Forgues, Paul-Emile, 1813-1883Durand Forgues, Paul É. 1813-1883Forgues, C. D.Forgues, C. D., 1813-1883Forgues, C. Daurand 1813-1883Forgues, É. D.Forgues, E. D. 1813-1883Forgues, Émile D. 1813-1883Forgues, Emile DaurandForgues, Emile Daurand, 1813-1883Forgues, P. E. D.Forgues, Paul É. 1813-1883Forgues, Paul-Emile Daurand.Forgues, Paul-Emile Daurand, 1813-1883Nick, Old, 1813-1883Nick Old 1813-1883 PseudonymOld Nick.Old Nick, 1813-1883Old-Nick 1813-1883 PseudonymOld Nick, Pseud. de Paul Emile Daurand ForguesTim, 1813-1883viaf-56612324Lamennais, Félicité Robert de1782-1854trllccn-n50037075Grandville, J. J.1803-1847illlccn-n81132238Wick, Peter A.lccn-n79061084Collins, Wilkie1824-1889lccn-n50014292Vámbéry, Ármin1832-1913viaf-73855183Joanne, Adolphe Laurent1813-1881trllccn-n79072958Speke, John Hanning1827-1864lccn-n93098233Achard, Amédée1814-1875lccn-n85160671Delord, Taxile1815-1877lccn-no2004033318Frémy, Arnould1809-Forgues, E. D.(Emile Daurand)1813-1883FictionDomestic fictionPsychological fictionJuvenile worksHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceIllustrationsTextbooksSatireEnglandClergyChildren of clergyPrisonersAbductionVicars, ParochialPoor familiesIllegitimacyOrphansDisinheritanceYoung womenSistersManners and customsConduct of lifeFamiliesEnglish fictionGreat BritainChristian lifeEnglish literatureGoldsmith, Oliver,TravelCollins, Wilkie,SlaveryUnited StatesCountry lifeFamilies of clergyDiscoveries in geographyAfrican AmericansPlantation lifeSlavesFranceFugitive slavesLamennais, Félicité Robert de,Master and servantNile RiverFrench wit and humor, PictorialAfrica, EastExplorersAsia, CentralChinaFrance--ParisAuthors, EnglishInheritance and successionProverbs, FrenchCaricatures and cartoonsArtists and theaterSouthern StatesNational characteristicsAmericaMinorities18131883183718401841184218431844184518461848184918501852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418771879188018811882188318841886188718901893189719001905191219151947195119561961196819711975198719901994199619992000200120022003200420052009201020121210175458823.6PR3490ocn469298728ocn468362753ocn469646786ocn021225750ocn458988560ocn462070096ocn805060302ocn470595509ocn417285147ocn034056242ocn009681252ocn011374775ocn023418334ocn685175480ocn643782659ocn019759127ocn573913437ocn258072782ocn258073056ocn008961285ocn003371134ocn459465377ocn459671348ocn079223134ocn461562200ocn459671314ocn466742732ocn245808686ocn457599230ocn45989806012230ocn005956474book18430.90Forgues, E. DPetites misères de la vie humaine8617ocn003129174book18450.84Forgues, E. DLa Chine ouverte; aventures d'un fan-kouei dans le pays de Tsin+-+27274489053247226ocn490402707book18650.84Vámbéry, ÁrminVoyages d'un faux derviche dans l'Asie Centrale de Téhéran a Khiva6435ocn421858582book18640.76Speke, John HanningLes sources du Nil : voyage des Capitaines Speke & Grant608ocn007034726book18450.81Grandville, J. JCent proverbes532ocn003371134book18440.90Desnoyers, LouisLes étrangers à Paris456ocn009681252book18630.84Lamennais, Félicité Robert deCorrespondance; oeuvres posthumes de F. Lamennais publiées selon le voeu de l'auteurRecords and correspondence423ocn009308106book18600.93Forgues, E. DOriginaux et beaux esprits de l'Angleterre contemporaineBiography396ocn011374775book18590.90Lamennais, Félicité Robert deOeuvres posthumes de F. LamennaisRecords and correspondence3610ocn032252967book18550.88Dante AlighieriLa Divine comédie3310ocn609916121book18400.81Cooley, William DesboroughHistoire générale des voyages de découvertes maritimes et continentales. depuis le commencement du monde jusqu' à nos jours326ocn044124938book18630.35Collins, WilkieNo nameFictionPsychological fictionAnalyse: Roman de société. Roman historique324ocn005168071book18530.31Stowe, Harriet BeecherLa case de l'Oncle Tom, ou, Vie des Nègres en Amérique roman AméricainFictionRoman - esclavagisme - abolitionnisme279ocn023430472book18610.79Forgues, E. DLa révolte des cipayes; épisodes et récits de la vie anglo-indienneHistory246ocn006080184book18600.73Forgues, E. DHistoire de Nelson, d'après les dépèches officielles et ses correspondances privéesBiography213ocn023430900book18440.93Pichot, AmédéeGalerie des personnages de Shakspeare, reproduits dans les principales scènes de ses pièces, avec une analyse succincte de chacune des pièces de Shakspeare et la reproduction en anglais et en français des scènes auxquelles se rapportent les quatre-vingts gravures dont cet ouvrage est ornéIllustrations178ocn469646786book18580.63Collins, WilkieLe secretRosamond Treverton Franklin et son mari aveugle sont confrontés au terrible secret que dissimule la demeure ancestrale des Treverton en Cornouailles. La nourrice de Rosamond, Sarah Leesen, connaît la nature de ce mystère et semble déterminée à empêcher le couple d'atteindre la maison. Elle les y précède et s'engage alors un hallucinant jeu de cache-cache1713ocn499307189book18670.56Goldsmith, OliverThe vicar of Wakefield a taleHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyFictionTextbooksDomestic fictionSatireDomestic fiction, EnglishDetails the romantic intrigues in the family of a country vicar in eighteenth century England1610ocn037614810book18530.95Hawthorne, NathanielLa lettre rouge : roman americainHistoryFictionPsychological fiction164ocn033895341book19940.63Vámbéry, ÁrminVoyage d'un faux derviche en Asie centrale : 1862-186421ocn010614962book1.00Helgesen, Moira Anne CurrForgues: nineteenth century anglophile11ocn435441943book18590.10Collins, WilkieLondon, to Charles WardDiscussing the sending of two copies of The Queen of Hearts: one to Hachette & Lahure and the second (which had seemingly been lost) to Monsieur Forgues for translation. Requesting Ward inquire at Hachette's London, presumably to help sort out the situation. Mentioning that the "old torment" has kept Collins confined indoors11ocn464227737book18560.10Dickens, CharlesParis, to Wilkie CollinsDiscussing Collins' journey and his health, and inviting him to stay at Tavistock House. Mentioning visitors, including Macready, Poole, Miss Power, and the "little Lemons," and their plans to depart. Forwarding a letter from Forgues [translator of Collins' works into French], and noting that it was accompanied by a copy of Collins' book "The Lighthouse," which the "little Lemons" will bring to him11ocn464227846book18560.10Dickens, CharlesLondon, to Wilkie CollinsGiving a biographical sketch to be used by Forgues in an essay, noting that "This is the first time [he] ever set down even these particulars, and, glancing them over, [feels] like a Wild Beast in a Caravan, describing himself in the keeper's absence."11ocn435529841book18620.10Collins, WilkieLondon, to Charles WardAsking Ward to send a translated copy of Tolstoy's "Childhood and Youth" to Collins's French translator E.D. Forgues. Noting that he and Caroline [Graves] will travel to Broadstairs on Tuesday in Easter Week, where Collins will try to find a quiet place to finish his book11ocn809570591visuChevalier, William[Émile Forgues, old-Nick]PortraitsThe print is a portrait of the French journalist, literary critic, and author Paul-Émile Daurand-Forgues (1813-1883) who also wrote for the English and American press under the pseudonym Old Nick. Forgues is shown dressed as a devil. He sits at a table stacked with books. His head is lowered above an open volume. Behind the table, numerous books are stacked on the floor11ocn018274505book19150.96Pinvert, LucienUn ami de Standhal : le critique É.D. Forgues, 1813-1883Biography+-+2727448905324+-+2727448905324Fri Mar 21 15:26:07 EDT 2014batch23911