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The complete works of Gustave Flaubert : embracing romances, travels, comedies, sketches and correspondence / with a critical introduction by Ferdinand Brunetière ... and a biographical preface by Robert Arnot.

Main Author: Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880.
Related Names: Arnot, Robert 1860-, Brunetière, Ferdinand 1849-1906.
Language(s): English
Published: New York and London : Printed only for subscribers by M. W. Dunne, 1904.
Note: "Of the Brunetiere edition of the Works of Gustave Flaubert 999 sets have been printed, this set being no. 401."
Each volume has special t.-p.
Title-page in gold and colors.
Physical Description: 10 v. : fronts. (v. 1, port.; v. 2-10, col. plates) 23 1/2 cm.
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