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The dramatic works of Moliere : rendered into English by Henri Van Laun ; illustrated with nineteen engravings on steel from paintings and designs by Horace Vernet, Desenne, Johannot and Hersent ; complete in six volumes ...

Author: Molière
Publisher: Philadelphia : G. Barrie, [18--]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : A new ed., with a prefatory memoir, introductory notices and notesView all editions and formats
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Molière, 1622-1673.
Dramatic works of Moliere.
Philadelphia : G. Barrie, [18--]
(OCoLC)646859522
Named Person: Henri Van Laun; Henri Van Laun; Henri Van Laun
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Molière
OCLC Number: 3964215
Description: 6 volumes : frontispieces, illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: v. 1. Preface. Prefatory memoir. The blunderer. The love-tiff. The pretentious young ladies. Sganarelle; or, The self deceived husband. Don Garcia of Navarre: or, The jealous prince.--v. 2. The school for husbands. The bores. The school for wives. The school for wives criticised. The impromptu of Versailles. The forced marriage.--v. 3. The Princess of Elis, Don Juan: or, The feast with the statue. Love is the best doctor. The misanthrope. The physician in spite of himself.--v. 4 Melicerte. A comic pastoral. The Sicilian: or, Love makes the painter. Tartuffe: or, The hypocrite. Amphitryon. George Dandin; or, the abashed husband.--v. 5. The miser. Monsieur de Pourceaugnac. The magnificent lovers. The citizen who apes the nobleman. Psyche.--v. 6. The rogueries of Scapin. The Countess of Escarbagnas. The learned ladies. The imaginary invalid. The jealousy of Le Barbouille. The flying doctor.

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