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Public and private life of animals / adapted from the French of Balzac, Droz, Jules Janin, E. Lemoine, A. De Musset, Georges Sand, etc., by J. Thomson ; with illustrations [by Grandville].

Main Author: Stahl, P.-J., 1814-1886.
Related Names: Sand, George 1804-1876., Musset, Alfred de 1810-1857., Moreau, Eugène 1806-1876., Janin, Jules 1804-1874., Droz, Gustave 1832-1895., Balzac, Honoré de 1799-1850., Thomson, J. Gordon , illustrator., Grandville, J. J. 1803-1847, illustrator.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington ; 1877, ©1876
Subjects: Manners and customs.
French wit and humor.
Fables, French.
Animals > Fiction.
French wit and humor.
Fables, French.
France > Social life and customs.
Note: Adapted in abbreviated form from the French edition, originally compiled and edited by P.J. Hetzel with many contributions by himself.
Imprint also notes printer's location in London.
Illustration statement taken from spine.
Frontispiece included in pagination.
Includes illustrated half title, inserted title page, and title page.
Also available online.
Physical Description: 387 pages : illustrations
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