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French Literature Classics - Ultimate Collection: 90+ Novels Stories Poems Plays & Philosophy - cover

French Literature Classics - Ultimate Collection: 90+ Novels Stories Poems Plays & Philosophy

Guy de Maupassant, Émile Zola, George Sand, Pierre Corneille, François Rabelais, Marcel Proust, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Charles Baudelaire, Jean Racine, Victor Hugo, Jules Verne, Gaston Leroux, Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, Alexandre Dumas père, Stendhal, Voltaire, Molière Molière, Gustave Flaubert, Alexandre Dumas fils

Publisher: e-artnow

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e-artnow presents to you a unique collection of the greatest classics of French literature, formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of Contents: A History of French Literature François Rabelais: Gargantua and Pantagruel Molière: Tartuffe or the Hypocrite The Misanthrope The Miser The Imaginary Invalid… Jean Racine: Phaedra Pierre Corneille: The Cid Voltaire: Candide Zadig The Huron A Philosophical Dictionary Letters on England Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Confessions Stendhal‎: The Charterhouse of Parma Honoré de Balzac: Father Goriot Eugénie Grandet Lost Illusions The Lily of the Valley A Woman of Thirty Cousin Bette Cousin Pons Colonel Chabert The Magic Skin The Unknown Masterpiece Victor Hugo: Les Misérables The Man Who Laughs The Hunchback of Notre-Dame Toilers of the Sea The Last Day of a Condemned Man Claude Gueux George Sand: Mauprat Alexandre Dumas pere: The Three Musketeers Twenty Years After The Vicomte de Bragelonne Ten Years After Louise de la Valliere The Man in the Iron Mask The Count of Monte Cristo Marguerite de Valois The Black Tulip Alexandre Dumas fils: The Lady with the Camellias Gustave Flaubert: Madame Bovary Émile Zola: Thérèse Raquin The Fortune of the Rougons The Kill The Fat and the Thin The Conquest of Plassans Abbe Mouret's Transgression His Excellency Eugene Rougon The Dram Shop A Love Episode Nana Piping Hot The Ladies' Paradise The Joy of Life Germinal His Masterpiece The Earth The Dream The Human Beast Money Doctor Pascal Jules Verne: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Around the World in Eighty Days The Mysterious Island Journey to the Centre of the Earth From the Earth to the Moon Around the Moon In Search of the Castaways Guy de Maupassant: A Life Bel-Ami Mont Oriol Notre Coeur Pierre and Jean Strong as Death The Necklace The Horla Boul de Suif Two Friends Madame Tellier's Establishment Mademoiselle Fifi Miss Harriet… Gaston Leroux: The Phantom of the Opera The Mystery of the Yellow Room The Secret of the Night The Man with the Black Feather Marcel Proust: Swann's Way
Available since: 12/05/2023.
Print length: 25771 pages.

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