life and works of Marie-Catherine Desjardins (Mme. de Villedieu) 1632-1683

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Villedieu, Madame de, d.
Statementby Bruce Archer Morrissette.
SeriesWashington university studies. New series. Language and literature,, no. 17
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LC ClassificationsPQ1794.D5 M6
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 210 p., 2 l.,
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Open LibraryOL6511178M
LC Control Number47002273
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Free shipping for many products. OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages, 2 leaves 25 cm. Contents: Life of Marie-Catherine Desjardins () --Verse, letters, récits and mélanges --Alcidamie (): the heroic novel and the beginnings of the nouvelle galante --Theatre [i.e., Theater]: tragi-comedy, tragedy, and comedy --Historical novels and nouvelles: realism and psychological analysis --Nouvelles.

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The first. Marie-Catherine de Villedieu, born Marie-Catherine Desjardins and generally referred to as Madame de Villedieu ( - 20 October ) was a French writer of plays, novels and short fiction/5. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.

Contents Acknowledgments Chronological Chart Introduction The Life and Works of Marie-Catherine Desjardins (?) Love Notes and Letters () The Letter Case () Translator's Note Love Notes and Letters The Letter Case Bibliography.

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