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Twenty-nine tales from the French.

Alys Eyre Macklin

Twenty-nine tales from the French.

by Alys Eyre Macklin

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • French fiction -- Translations into English,
    • France -- Social life and customs -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSelected and translated by Alys Eyre Macklin. With an introductory essay on the French conte by Robert Herrick.
      SeriesShort story index reprint series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ1.M218 Tw5, PQ1278 Tw5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 309 p.
      Number of Pages309
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5317861M
      ISBN 100836938976
      LC Control Number72157785

      Old French fairy tales. Notes: The book contains 5 long French folktales. Each story has several chapters. Author: Comtesse de Ségur Published: Publisher: The . "This newly translated selection of 36 of the best decadent tales from the French fin-de-siecle brings together some the most exotic, stylized, and cerebral literature in the French language. Hilarious and horrifying, these extraordinary, corrosive little tales cast a cold eye on the modern world"- .

      Beechwood Bunny Tales (French: La Famille Passiflore) is a series of children's books written by French author Geneviève Huriet and illustrated by Loïc original books have been published in France by Éditions Milan since English translations of the first seven stories were released in the United States during and by Gareth Stevens Publishers. Tales from the Five Kingdoms # book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This GoReader comes preloaded with 2 audio titles: The R /5(2).

      Quiller-Couch here gives us these four fairy tales that have been perennial favorites for centuries. The first three fairy tales are “The Sleeping Beauty,” “Blue Beard,” and “Cinderella,” all three of which were popularized in France by Charles Perrault in in his Tales of Mother Goose/5(12). Old French fairy tales. Notes: The book contains 5 long French folktales. Each story has several chapters. Author: Comtesse de Ségur Published: Publisher: The Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia I. Blondine, Bonne-Biche, Beau-Minon. ne. ne Lost.


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