The Hague: Gosse and Neaulme, Cohen-De Ricci notes that large-paper copies are in folio with the text enclosed within a typographic border; regular copies were in quarto. The illustrations by Bernard Picart whom Ray I, p. Fontenelle was a nephew of Corneille and a leader in the attack by scientists on the credulity of the public in relation to religion and the supernatural. His Plurality of Worlds was a very early attempt to popularize the scientific system of inquiry and to encourage freedom of thought.
Sous Carnot. Paris : Librairie Plon, Paris: Frinzine, Original wrappers, backstrip worn, wrappers soiled, contents very good with fine impressions of the plates. Berr de Turique. Paris: Buisson, Half red morocco over marbled boards, backstrip gilt, green morocco label. Waterstain in upper corner of last few leaves, 2 final leaves reparied in outer margin not affecting text , otherwise very good.
It was followed by German and Swedish editions; the first edition in English did not appear until , and the complete edition was not printed until None of these editions were from a complete original manuscript; it was not until that the first complete edition was printed from the original manuscript. This manuscript is now in the Huntington Library.
The complications surrounding the various printings of this work cannot be briefly summarized, but it is clear from all accounts that this edition of is of great importance not only as the first printing but also in terms of establishing the validity of textual variants in later editions and translations. Ford Grolier, American, Howes F "b". Larson Streeter Sale Paris: Librairie de L. From the collection of Edouard Champion. Dedicated to George Sand. After Dominique, Fromentin felt unable to satisfy his high literary standards and returned to his original pursuit of painting.
Paris: Joel Cherbuliez, Later wrappers, some foxing. With an inserted engraved title after B. Curiously this work appeared in the same year in which Rousseau himself was banished from France for satirical couplets ascribed to him attacking prominent men of letters. Geneva: Gruaz, Cherbuliez; Paris: Cherbuliez, Marbled boards, gilt morocco spine label. Preliminary signatures foxed, spine a little faded, otherwise very good.
Fontaine des Innocents
Contemporary calf, gilt spine, remnants of gilt dentelles, speckled edges. Prelims chipped, ink scribbles on title, small sections missing from pp , with loss of a few letters on p. Paris: E. Plon, Paris: Hachette, Musique de M.
ISBN 13: 9782286036157
Canisy: Chez tous les Libraires, Paris, Impr. Claye , The French poet Glatigny frequented Parnassian circles and his verse was strongly influenced by Banville and Leconte de Lisle. Les Vignes Folles. Le Bois.
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Contemporary vellum, marbled endpapers, elaborate lettered spine, some foxing scattered in the text, light wear to the orig. From the library of Edouard Champion.
The minor Parnassian Glatigny was strongly influenced by Banville, whose copy this was. Paris: Maison Quantin, With 10 full-page etched plates by Muller after Jeanniot.
Half red morocco, backstrip panelled in gilt, gilt top, orig. Backstrip just fading to brown, otherwise a fine copy. This is the best-known novel of the Goncourt brothers and and a cornerstone in the emergence of the realism or naturalism movement; it tells the double-life of one of their own servants. Jeanniot left the military to pursue an artistic career and became a successful and popular illustrator. This is one of his earliest works; his first illustrations were published in See Ray Paris: Librairie de Firmin Didot, Contemporary half morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, title in gilt, by Canape, a very good copy.
Paris: Edition du Mercure de France, Cloth backed marbled boards, orig. Quarter vellum over orig. Flammarion, Light wear, otherwise very good. Thieme pp. Paris: Leon Techener Fils Librairie, A very good copy. Lausanne: [n.
In this overview of the rule of Louis XV, one finds, according to Michaud "the views, the ardor, and the sentiments of a great citizen. It is, or rather ought to be, a tableau of the progress of the human spirit in the 18th century. Barbier I, Deux-Ponts: Imprimerie Ducale, Quarter calf over marbled boards, spine tooled in gilt, red morocco label. Light external wear, some browning, otherwise very good. London: [Cazin], Very good copy. The true first, Utrecht , is extremely rare. Barbier IV, Gay-Lemonnyer III, Pia pp.
Not in Galitzin.
Nouvelle Edition Handsomely printed by Bulmer. Brunet III, Vellum-backed boards. Very good with the orig. Gay I, p. Pia Rose Not in The Private Case. HUGO, Victor. Compositions de Bieler, Myrbach et Rossi. Paris: C. Marpon et E. Flammarion, [n. Paris, Paris Paris: Paul Ollendorf, Half cloth, brown morocco labels, orig. Paper a little browned, otherwise an excellent copy. He was one of the French writers of this century whose conversion to Catholicism became a literary event. NUC lists 3 copies. Hamburg: [i. Brussels:, ]. Very nice copy.
He is best remembered for his vaudevilles, comic operas, and a tragedy. This work of erotica was not included in his collected works. Galitzin Gay II, p. Kearney, The Private Case, Pia II, p. Julien, Quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title on spine. Final leaves loose, upper boards loose, extremities worn. Paris: Charpentier et Fasquelle, Half calf, marbled boards, orig. Renduel published many of the works of the Romantics.
KOCK, Paul de, et al. Nouveau Tableau de Paris. Comique, Critique et Philosophique. Paris: Marescq, Uniform contemporary quarter calf, gilt, very good. The abundant illustrations by Gavarni, V.