Catalog Record: La pucelle d'Orléans : poëme, divisé en vingt chants | Hathi Trust Digital Library


La pucelle d'Orléans : poëme, divisé en vingt chants.

Main Author: Voltaire, 1694-1778.
Related Names: Gravelot, Hubert François 1699-1773.
Language(s): French
Published: A Londres [i.e. Amsterdam?] : Aux depens de la Compagnie, 1764.
Edition: Nouvelle édition, augmentée de cinq chants nouveaux, et de notes; collationnée sur le manuscript de l'auteur, enrichie de variantes, de belles figures et de jolies vignettes.
Subjects: Joan, > of Arc, Saint, > 1412-1431 > Poetry.
Engravings > France > 18th century.
Note: Signatures: a⁸ A-Aa⁸.
Woodcut ornamental head- and tail-pieces.
Illustrations: 25 engravings (with etching and stipple engraving), all unsigned. They include a frontispiece and 20 full-page ill., one per canto. Five of the ill. are copies after those by Gravelot for the 1762 Geneva ed. Vignettes on t.p., p. [V] and p. 349, and a port. of Voltaire on p. IX reproducing that in a 1756 ed. with Paris imprint. See BN.
"Probably printed in Amsterdam"--ESTC.
First published in 1755. The present ed. follows that of Geneva, 1762, with the addition of variants printed as footnotes. See BN.
Physical Description: XVI, 384 p., [21] leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
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