Catalog Record: My sister Henrietta | Hathi Trust Digital Library


My sister Henrietta; translated from the French of Ernest Renan by Lucie Page.

Main Author: Renan, Ernest, 1823-1892.
Related Names: Mosher, Thomas Bird 1852-1923., Book producer., Robinson, A. Mary F. 1857-1944., Renan, Cornélie Scheffer. , Page, Lucie
Language(s): English ; French
Published: Portland, Me., T.B. Mosher, 1900.
Subjects: Renan, Henriette, > 1811-1861.
Note: Appendix [passages taken from The life of Ernest Renan, by Madame James Darmesteter (A. Mary F. Robinson) London, 1897]: p. [63]-78, [1] p.
"The little work reproduces the memoir of his sister by Ernest Renan, entitled: Henrietta Renan; a memorial for those who knew her ... [of which] in September, 1862 ... only a hundred copies were printed. The reprint here presented, was, indeed, arranged by Mme. Cornelia Renan."--Pref.
"This first edition on Van Gelder paper consists of 925 copies."
Translation of: Ma soeur Henriette.
Bancroft Z239.2.M67 1900re: Bookplate of John Henry Nash
Physical Description: xii, [3], 78, [2] p. 5 pl., 2 port. (incl. front.) 18 x 10 cm.
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