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The Complete Works - The Complete Human Comedy Including Father Goriot Cousin Bette Colonel ChabertLost Illusions Catherine de' Medici Eugénie Grandet - cover

The Complete Works - The Complete Human Comedy Including Father Goriot Cousin Bette Colonel ChabertLost Illusions Catherine de' Medici Eugénie Grandet

Honoré de Balzac

Translator Clara Bell, Katharine Prescott Wormeley, Ellen Marriage, Henri Pene du Bois, Ernest Dowson, Joseph Walker McSpadden, Alice M. Ivimy

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

Musaicum Books presents to you a meticulously edited Balzac collection. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Content:
The Human Comedy:
Scenes From Private Life:
At the Sign of the Cat and Racket
The Ball at Sceaux
The Purse
Vendetta
Madame Firmiani
A Second Home
Domestic Peace
Paz
Study of a Woman
Another Study of Woman
The Grand Breteche
Albert Savarus
Letters of Two Brides
A Daughter of Eve
A Woman of Thirty
The Deserted Woman
La Grenadiere
The Message
Gobseck
The Marriage Contract
A Start in Life
Modeste Mignon
Beatrix
Honorine
Colonel Chabert
The Atheist's Mass
The Commission in Lunacy
Pierre Grassou
Scenes From Provincial Life
Ursule Mirouet
Eugenie Grandet
Pierrette
The Vicar of Tours
The Two Brothers
The Illustrious Gaudissart
The Muse of the Department
Eve and David
Scenes From Parisian Life
Scenes from a Courtesan's Life
A Prince of Bohemia
A Man of Business
Gaudissart II
Unconscious Comedians
Ferragus
The Duchesse de Langeais
The Girl with the Golden Eyes
Father Goriot
Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau
The Firm of Nucingen
Secrets of the Princesse de Cadignan
Bureaucracy
Sarrasine
Facino Cane
Cousin Betty
Cousin Pons
The Lesser Bourgeoisie
Scenes From Political Life
An Historical Mystery
An Episode Under the Terror
The Brotherhood of Consolation
Z. Marcas
The Deputy of Arcis
Scenes From Military Life
The Chouans
A Passion in the Desert
Scenes From Country Life
The Country Doctor
Juana
Farewell
The Recruit
El Verdugo
A Drama on the Seashore
The Red Inn
The Elixir of Life
Maitre Cornelius
Catherine de' Medici
Louis Lambert
The Exiles
Seraphita
Short Stories
The Napoleon of the People
Droll Stories
Plays
Vautrin
The Resources of Quinola
Paméla Giraud
The Stepmother
Mercadet
Analytical Studies

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