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The works of Théophile Gautier

Author: Théophile Gautier; Frederick C de Sumichrast
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Jenson Society, 1906.
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Gautier, Théophile, 1811-1872.
Works of Theophile Gautier.
New York, Jenson Society, 1906
(OCoLC)551272283
Named Person: Agnes Lee; Frederick C de Sumichrast
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Théophile Gautier; Frederick C de Sumichrast
OCLC Number: 3648605
Description: 24 volumes : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: v. 1-2. Mademoiselle de Maupin.--v. 3. The grotesques: François Villon, Théophile de Viau, Saint-Amant, Cyrano de Bergerac, George de Scudéry, Paul Scarron.--v. 4. Travels in Spain.--v. 5. The romance of a mummy. Egypt.--v. 6. Portraits of the day.--v. 7. Travels in Italy.--v. 8. Fortunio. One of Cleopatra's nights. King Candaules.--v. 9. The Louvre. Leonardo da Vinci. Esteban Bartolome Murillo. Sir Joshua Reynolds.--v. 10. Constantinople.--v. 11. Spirite. The vampire. Arria Marcella.--v. 12. The quartette. The mummy's foot.--v. 13-14. Travels in Russia.--v. 15. Avatar. Jettatura. The water pavilion.--v. 16. A history of romanticism. Romanticist studies. The progress of French poetry since 1830.--v. 17-18. Captain Fracasse. pt. 1-2.--v. 19. Captain Fracasse. pt. 3. My private menagerie.--v. 20. Paris besieged.--v. 21. Militona. The nightingales. The Marchioness's lap-dog. Omphale, a rococo story.--v. 22. Jack and Jill. The thousand and second night. Elias Wildmanstadius. Daniel Jovard. The bowl of punch.--v. 23. Art and criticism. The magic hat.--v. 24. Enamels & cameos, and other poems, translated by Agnes Lee.
Responsibility: translated and edited by Professor F.C. de Sumichrast.

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