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Our children: scenes from the country and the town, by Anatole France; illustrated in color and in pen and ink by Boutet de Monvel.

Main Author: France, Anatole, 1844-1924.
Other Authors: Boutet de Monvel, Louis-Maurice, 1851-1913.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Duffield & Company, 1917.
Note: Translation of the first 9 of the 19 "scènes" published 1887 [1886] under title "Nos enfants". In 1900, 1904, and the collection was reissued, the first 9 under the original title (Nos enfants); the other 10, separately, under title "Filles et garçons"; translated, and also separately published under title "Girls and boys" (1913) Both collections have the same subtitle, "Scènes de la ville et des champs".
Physical Description: 3 p. ℓ., 25 p. : illus., 12 col. pl. ; 29 cm.
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