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Author: Molière; Henry Baker; James Miller
Publisher: London: J.M. Dent; New York: E.P. Dutton, 1929-51.
Series: Everyman's library., Poetry and drama ;, no. 830-831.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Molière; Henry Baker; James Miller
OCLC Number: 5222644
Notes: Originally published in this edition, 1929.
Introduction by Frederick C. Green.
"The text of Molières̕ plays is taken from the first complete English translation of his works carried out in 1739 by ... H. Baker and J. Miller.
Description: 2 volumes 18 cm.
Contents: I. The blunderer, or The counter-plots (L'étourdi). The amorous quarrel (Le dépit amoureux). The miser (L'avare). The romantic ladies (Les précieuses ridicules). The school for husbands (L'écoles des maris). The school for wives (L'école des femmes). The school for wives criticised (La critique de l'école des femmes). The impromptu of Versailles (L'impromptu de Versailles). The man-hater (Le misanthrope). The mock-doctor (Le médicin malgré lui).--II. Don John, or The feast of the statue (Don Juan, au Le festin de Pierre). Love's the best doctor (L'amour médicin). Tartuffe, or The imposter (Tartuffe, ou L'imposteur). Squire Lubberly (Monsieur de Pourceaugnac). George Dandin, or The husband defeated (Georges Dandin, ou Le mari confondu). The cit turned gentleman (Le bourgeois gentilhomme). The impertinents (Les facheux). The learned ladies (Les femmes savantes). The cheats of Scapin (Les fourberies de Scapin). The hypochondriack (Le malade imaginaire).
Series Title: Everyman's library., Poetry and drama ;, no. 830-831.
Responsibility: by Molieère.

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