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The Greatest French Classics Of All Time - 100+ Novels Short Stories Poems Plays Philosophical Essays… - cover

The Greatest French Classics Of All Time - 100+ Novels Short Stories Poems Plays Philosophical Essays…

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

Publisher: e-artnow

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e-artnow presents to you this meticulously edited and formatted collection of the greatest classics of French literature:
A History of French Literature
François Rabelais:
Gargantua and Pantagruel
Molière:
Tartuffe or the Hypocrite
The Misanthrope
The Miser
The Imaginary Invalid
The Impostures of Scapin…
Jean Racine:
Phaedra
Pierre Corneille:
The Cid
Voltaire:
Candide
Zadig
Micromegas
The Huron
A Philosophical Dictionary…
Jean-Jacques Rousseau:
Confessions
Emile
The Social Contract
De Laclos:
Dangerous Liaisons
Stendhal‎:
The Red and the Black
The Charterhouse of Parma…
Honoré de Balzac:
Father Goriot
Eugénie Grandet
Lost Illusions
The Lily of the Valley
A Woman of Thirty
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…
George Sand:
The Devil's Pool 
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…
Alexandre Dumas fils:
The Lady with the Camellias
Gustave Flaubert:
Madame Bovary
Salammbô
Bouvard and Pécuchet
Sentimental Education…
Émile Zola:
Thérèse Raquin
The Fortune of the Rougons
The Kill
The Dram Shop
A Love Episode
Nana
Piping Hot
Germinal
His Masterpiece
The Earth
The Dream
The Human Beast
Money
The Downfall
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 (The History of a Scoundrel)
Mont Oriol
Notre Coeur
Pierre and Jean
Strong as Death
The Necklace
The Horla
Boul de Suif
Two Friends
Madame Tellier's Establishment…
Charles Baudelaire:
The Flowers of Evil
Anatole France:
The Revolt of the Angels
The Gods are Athirst (The Gods Will Have Blood)
Penguin Island
Thaïs
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

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