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MADAME LA COMTESSE DE GENLIS

Published by H.A. Koechly (1827)

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Item Description: H.A. Koechly, 1827. 1. Auflage. 8° 245, 248 S. Einband: Kart. Einband Ecken, Kanten bestoßen, Seiten befleckt, gewellt. Bookseller Inventory # 11028

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Genlis, Madame de:

Published by Paris: H.Nicolle, (1808)

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Item Description: Paris: H.Nicolle, 1808. Kl.-8°. (4),302,(2) S. Erste Ausgabe. - Ecken und Kanten etwas berieben; alte Widmung am Titelblatt, ansonsten ordentliches Exemplar. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 420 Grüner Halblederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Bookseller Inventory # 27763

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Madame la Comtesse de Genlis (Madame la Marquise de Sillery)

Published by J.Walter, Charing Cross (1787)

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Item Description: J.Walter, Charing Cross, 1787. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. Contemporary leather binding rubbed at spine and edges. Top one third cut from two front endpapers. A good/very good copy 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-8276305607

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MADAME DE GENLIS

Published by MORIZOT, LIBRAIRE EDITEUR, PARIS, FRANCE (1861)

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Item Description: MORIZOT, LIBRAIRE EDITEUR, PARIS, FRANCE, 1861. Quarter Bound Leather. Book Condition: VG. NOUVELLE EDITION. FRENCH TEXT, SOME FOXING TO END PAPERS, BINDING FIRM. Bookseller Inventory # 038893

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De Genlis, Madame

Published by De Crapelet, Paris (1801)

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Item Description: De Crapelet, Paris, 1801. Full Leather Hardcover. Book Condition: Good Spine Missing. 1st Thus. Bookseller Inventory # 052029

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Sillery, Madame la marquisse de (cidevant Madame la Comtesse de Genlis)

Published by chez J. E. Dufour et Phil. Roux, Maestricht (1787)

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Item Description: chez J. E. Dufour et Phil. Roux, Maestricht, 1787. Hardcover. Book Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. XII-431 S. Kleinoktav. Dekorierter Pappband der Zeit mit Tielprägunung. Einband bestossen, aber noch ordentlich. Rücken immer noch mit starken Farben. Innen sehr sauber. Feste Buchbindung. Insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 003019

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De Genlis, Madame

Published by Chez Mardam, Paris (1814)

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Item Description: Chez Mardam, Paris, 1814. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 335p. Spine ends, corners and edges rubbed o/w sound. Bookseller Inventory # 027834

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GENLIS (Madame de).

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Item Description: Paris Maradan 1813, 1813. Book Condition: 7. in-8, demi-veau brun, dos lisse orné d'une pièce de titre de basane rouge, décors et fleurons dorés, tranches cailloutées, VIII + 359 pp. Edition originale de ce roman historique sur Louise Angélique Motier de La Fayette (1618-1665), que Louis XIII aima platoniquement. Petites épidermures aux mors et coins usés, sinon joli exemplaire en reliure de l'époque. Bookseller Inventory # 52772

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Genlis, Madame de; [Stéphanie Félicité du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Comtesse de Genlis (1746-1830)]

Published by Chez Maradan, Paris (1811)

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Item Description: Chez Maradan, Paris, 1811. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. First Edition; First Printing. lx, 373 pages; Later full brown cloth -- a library binding, with bookplate, stamps on the half title and title page, and cancellation stamps on the front free endpaper. A complete copy of this important book, but worn, with one page detached at the gutter, but inserted and present (pp. 15-16). Small notch missing from the (blank) upper margin of another leaf, and ink marks on the corner and verso of the final leaf. There is a utilitarian modern bookplate mounted to the rear paste-down endpaper. The library binding and marks do make this copy less than ideal, however, its provenance raises a fascinating possibility. The nineteenth-century stamps on the half title and title page are in the shape of a shield, and their text reads: "LIBRARY / U.S.M.A." This stands for the United States Military Academy at West Point, in New York. Indeed, a copy of this title by the Madame de Genlis appears in the 1853 Catalogue of the Library at West Point. There was an 1830 list of the library published in May, which demonstrates that the West Point Library then contained 2852 volumes, many devoted to military subjects, as one might expect. But French was a major subject of academic study at West Point , for which we can thank Colonel (and Brevet Brigadier General) Sylvanus Thayer (1785 – 1872) -- known as "the Father of West Point." Before assuming duties at Superintendant at the Academy, Major Thayer was provided $5,000 to travel to Europe, where he studied for two years at the French École Polytechnique. While traveling in Europe he amassed a collection of books for the U.S.M.A. library -- chiefly science, engineering and mathematics texts, but certainly including some literary texts in French. During his tenure at West Point, one particular Cadet passed through, briefly, whose time at West Point has been the subject of speculation ever since -- Edgar Allan Poe. Poe had previous studied briefly at the University of Virginia, where his formal instruction in French began. During the years of his difficult relations with his adoptive father, John Allan, Poe left Virginia for Boston, and enlisted in the Army under a false name (and age). ("Tamerlane" Boston, 1827 is a token of this period. quotes gratefully received). The Army life eventually became unpleasant for Poe, and, during a brief reconcilliation with Allan, Poe entered West Point, matriculating as a cadet on July 1, 1830. The first few weeks of his West Point period were devoted to Summer Drills, but Academic Studies began at the end of August, as the Cadets marched from a summer encampment to their permanent West Point barracks. The only two courses Poe was required (or allowed) to take were French and Mathematics. "Register of Merit, No. 1, - 1817 to 1835" (in the Archives, USMA Library), has the cadets arranged in order of merit after the semi-annual exams; there are pencil marks showing which cadets were in each numbered section. Poe is in the first section of each of his two classes. It is most interesting to note his rank in these classes -- a distintive 17th in Mathematics, and a superior standing of 3rd in French. The Board of Visitors Report for 1831 lists the French texts used at West Point at the time: [ Claudius Berard’s French Grammar and Leçons Françaises, and the first volume of Gil Blas (the second-year cadets read from the remaining volumes of Gil Blas and Voltaire’s L’Histoire de Charles XII). Only 24 of the Cadets in Poe's class eventually graduated. As is well known, Edgar Allan Poe made an especially early departure from the Academy. He was easily able to handle the academic demands, but relations with his foster father had reached a point when Mr. Allan refused to answer his letters (or requests from money). In a sort of Catch 22, young Poe could not resign from the Academy without permission from a father or guardian, and his guardian refused to communicate with (or for) Poe in any way. Poe decided to leave West Point by the only possible exit available to him -- pu. Bookseller Inventory # 41591

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de Genlis, Madame

Published by Chez Maradan, Libraire, Paris (1813)

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Item Description: Chez Maradan, Libraire, Paris, 1813. Green Mo. Gilt. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Pp. 198. Illustrated with engravings. Corners and spine ends rubbed. A little internal foxing. Else gd. Size: 12mo. Bookseller Inventory # 6885

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Les Veillees de la chaumiere: Madame la Comtesse

Madame la Comtesse de Genlis

Published by Paris - Lecointe et Durey, Libraires (1823)

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Item Description: Paris - Lecointe et Durey, Libraires, 1823. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. A scarce First Edition of Madame de Genlis' volumeon village life. Bound in quarter leather with a spine label, gilt lettering, and cloth-covered boards. Bears an inscription in ink on the title page. With the bookbinders label of the Mayo Constitution Office on the front pastedown. Madame de Genlis, full name Stephanie Felicite Ducrest de St-Aubin, comtesse de Genlis, or Madame Brulart, (1746-1830) was a French writer and educator. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The inner hinges are very slightly strained but still good and firm. There is only very mild wear to the extremities. Internally the pages have light foxing throughout, and some slight tidemarks to the inner margins and chipping to the first few pages. Overallthe condition is very good. Bookseller Inventory # 013088

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De Genlis, Madame

Published by De La Garde, Berlin. (1800)

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Item Description: De La Garde, Berlin., 1800. First Edition. 395 pp + 362 pp + 336 pp. All original binding, all matching, all three-quarter leather. Highly decorated spines, spines gilt, gilt bright. Each with armorial bookplate of George W Agnew "Consilio et Impetu". Marbled boards, one hinge cracked but all still v tight. jpg's on request. [Madame de Genlis, full name Stéphanie Félicité Ducrest de St-Aubin, comtesse de Genlis, or Madame Brûlart, b: January 25, 1746 - d: December 31, 1830 was a French writer, harpist and educator. Sir George William Agnew, 2nd Baronet JP. b: 19 January 1852, d: 19 December 1941, was a British art dealer, publisher and Liberal politician]. Bookseller Inventory # 003669

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GENLIS, Madame de.:

Published by Paris, Maradan, An XII-1804 (1804)

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Item Description: Paris, Maradan, An XII-1804, 1804. In-8, XXIII-351pp. Cartonnage vert de l'époque Edition originaledu chef d’œuvre de mme de Genlis . Biographie romancée de Louise de la Vallière, maîtressede Louis XIV. Brunet, III, 885 ". Bookseller Inventory # 4802

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Madame De Genlis

Published by Chez J.E. Dufour & Phil. Roux, Maestricht (1787)

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Item Description: Chez J.E. Dufour & Phil. Roux, Maestricht, 1787. Madame de Genlis (1746-1830) fu una donna di cultura enciclopedica, con una vera mania per l'istruzione degli altri, soprattutto dei giovani. La presente raccolta di diciannove pezzi teatrali fu appunto composta per l'educazione dei giovani. Numero di tavole: 0 pp.361 altezza 17 larghezza 11 Legatura moderna in carta marmorizzata. Dorsi leggermente rovinati. In buono stato. Bookseller Inventory # SPETEA1000065-2506

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Les Meres Rivales ou La Calomnie. Complete: Genlis, Madame (Stéphanie

Genlis, Madame (Stéphanie Félicité) de

Published by F.T. De La Garde, Berlin (1800)

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Item Description: F.T. De La Garde, Berlin, 1800. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. Complete in three volumes. 1800. First edition. Hardcover, in half leather and marbled boards, with gilt spine title and decoration. 395, 362, 336pp. engraved frontis in volume I and two additional engraved plates. Very good. Shallow loss to leather spine ends of all three volumes; also shallow loss to the paper over the bottom edges. Ownership initials to front pastedown. Contents are bright and unmarked. Housed in mylar. A first of the Comtesse de Genlis' three part novel, French language. Digital images available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # z09608

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Item Description: Erste Ausgabe.- Tls. leicht braunfleckig, Ebd. berieben u. etw. wasserfleckig.# First edition.-. Bookseller Inventory # B23509

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GENLIS Madame de

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Item Description: Chez Maradan, 1809. Couverture rigide. - Chez Maradan, à Paris 1809, in-8 (13x20,5cm), (2) iv, 351pp., relié. - Edition originale. Reliure en plein cartonnage d'époque à la Bradel rose. Filets, pièce de titre basane noire. Stéphanie Félicité du Crest de Saint-Aubin, par son mariage Comtesse de Genlis, fut une femme de lettres connue pour ses mémoires et ses ouvrages romanesques destinés le plus souvent à l'éducation de la jeunesse. Elle fut en outre une intrigante et une pédagogue, elle fut responsable en outre de l'éducation du futur roi Louis-Philippe. Elle fut la seule femme de lettre admirée par Napoléon qui la pensionna après son retour en France, et l'amie de nombreuses personalités, Rousseau, Talleyrand. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First Edition. Vintage cardboard with rose Bradel. Nets, as part of black sheepskin. Stéphanie Félicité du Crest de Saint-Aubin, by marriage Countess of Genlis, was a woman of letters known for his memoirs and fiction books mostly for the education of youth. She was also an intriguing and a teacher, she was also responsible for the education of the future King Louis-Philippe. She was the only woman letter admired by Napoleon who pensioned after his return to France, and the friend of many personalities, Rousseau, Talleyrand . --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! (2) iv, 351pp. Bookseller Inventory # 20439

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GENLIS (Madame de).

Published by Paris M. Lambert & F. J. Baudouin 1782 (1782)

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Item Description: Paris M. Lambert & F. J. Baudouin 1782, 1782. Book Condition: 7. 3 vol. in-12, basane fauve marbrée, dos à nerfs ornés de pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin rouge et vert, caissons avec dentelle dorée, armes dorées au centre des premiers plats, tranches marbrées, 412, 390 et 423 pp. Edition originale de l'une des premières oeuvres de Madame de Genlis (1746-1830) qui avait la charge d'éduquer les princes d'Orléans, notamment Louis-Philippe qui lui en garda une profonde reconnaissance. Epidermures sur les plats avec les coins émoussés et les coiffes un peu rognées, sinon excellent exemplaire relié à l'époque aux armes et avec l'ex-libris gravé du marquis de Lajudie. Bookseller Inventory # 70481

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DE GENLIS, Madame (1746-1830).

Published by London: Printed for Henry Colburn. (1818)

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Item Description: London: Printed for Henry Colburn., 1818. AUTHOR MENTIONED IN JANE AUSTEN'S 'EMMA'. First edition thus. Crown octavo, pp.[14], iv, 277 [7]. adverts dated January 1818. In contemporary light blue paper-covered boards, recently re-backed in grey paper-covered card with titles to cream paper label on spine. Date added by hand in black ink to base of spine. All edges untrimmed. Bookplate of Frank W. Bentall of Heybridge, Maldon, in Essex to front pastedown. Some wear to boards; very good overall. De Genlis was one of the few French authors acceptable to English audiences in the later eighteenth century, even scoring a mention in Jane Austen's 'Emma'. 'Zuma' was first published in French in 1817. Bookseller Inventory # 48707

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Herbier Moral Ou Recueil De Fables Nouvelles: Genlis, Madame De.

Genlis, Madame De.

Published by Hambourg: Chez Pierre Chateauneuf, Librarie and Londres: Chez L'Homme, Libraire. 1799. (1799)

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Item Description: Hambourg: Chez Pierre Chateauneuf, Librarie and Londres: Chez L'Homme, Libraire. 1799., 1799. First edition, Dedicated to Lady Edward Fitz-Gerald, unadopted daughter (actually natural) married to Lord Edward Fitz-Gerald, 8vo., pp: xvi,[1]-144, with an engraved frontispiece & folding sheet of music at end, light foxing & browning to the sheet music & endpapers, full mottled calf, with gilt rule to boards, spine with red leather title label, lightly worn, rubbed & marked, otherwise sound & very good condition. The rare first issue of this collection of poems loosely derived from botanical portraits. The work was written and published during Mme de Genlis' exile in Hamburg (although she was sympathetic to the revolution, and was later to return to France with the favour of Napoleon). She was an accomplished educationalist and botanist. Madame de Genlis was born of a noble Burgundian family, at the chateau of Champercy in Issy-l'Eveque, Saone-et-Loire. In 1789 Madame de Genlis showed herself favourable to the French Revolution, but the fall of the Girondins in 1793 compelled her to take refuge in Switzerland along with her pupil Mademoiselle d'Orleans. In 1794 Madame de Genlis fixed her residence at Berlin, but having been expelled by the orders of Frederick William II of Prussia, she afterwards settled in Hamburg, where she supported herself for some years by writing and painting. Bookseller Inventory # 334

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Item Description: A Paris / Neuchatel, 1882. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Paris, 1882-1885. Three volumes. A mixed set, with the first volume from the first printing, A Paris (1882), and the second and third volumes from the 1885 Neuchatel printing. 12mo, 396, 344 + 368 pp. First volume bound in tan paper boards, second and third volumes in 1/4 leather over speckled paper, spine in six compartments. All three volumes 12mo and uniformly sized. A nice set, with very good contents, light shelfwear to boards and a bookplate on the front pastedown of volume one, some fraying to paper at spine on volume one as well. An important set, scarce in all early editions. Bookseller Inventory # SET0405

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Item Description: Paris : De l'Imprimerie de Guilleminet, Chez Maradan Libraire, 1805. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. ~ Demi-chagrin, dos à nerfs orné de titre et de fleurons dorés ~ XV+[1]+268p+1f ~ 22x14x3cm. ~ Très Bon état / Additional images available/. Bookseller Inventory # 7887B

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GENLIS Madame De

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Item Description: 2 vol. in-12° rel. demi-basane marron, pièce de titre et de tomaison maroquin rouge, 2 fnchf. (catalogue des livres de Maradan) 2 fnchf (faux titre + titre) + XXVIII + 166 p. + 2 fnchf (faux titre + titre) + 199 + 24 p. (catalogue Maradan). Petites rousseurs éparses dos légèrement frottés. Édition Originale in-12° en 2 vol. Bookseller Inventory # 12072

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Genlis, Madame De [ Stéphanie Félicité de Genlis ]

Published by A la Librairie d'Éducation et de Jurisprudence, Chez Alexis Eymery, Paris (1813)

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Item Description: A la Librairie d'Éducation et de Jurisprudence, Chez Alexis Eymery, Paris, 1813. Half calf/marbled Boards. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Hardback, 130mm x 200mm tall (5.25" x 7.75" approx.). Pp viii, 338 + 4 folding plates of music. Chipped at head of spine joints, otherwise very good, in contemporary half calf/marbled boards/gilt on black title labels/gilt rulings and decorations, with, to the front pastedown, a heraldic bookplate with the arms and family motto of Tollemache, "Confido Conquiesco". Bookseller Inventory # 003351

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DE GENLIS, [Stephanie Felicitie Ducrest De Saint-Aubin], Madame La Comtesse.]

Published by Maradan, Paris (1816)

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Item Description: Maradan, Paris, 1816. Reprint. (First issued in 1784).. 3 volumes. 12mo, [xl], 364; [iv], 418; [iv], 459. Bound in calf backed boards with raised bands in four sections with gilt stamping, a very good clean set. DeGenlis (1746-1830) was a French writer, educator and governess to the Duke of Chartres. She supported the Revolution, but after the fall of the Girondists, she went into exile in Switzerland. She later returned and was given a pension by Napoleon. She was author of over 80 books, many of them on education. This is a collection of moral tales for children. Bookseller Inventory # 20645

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Genlis, Madame de (Stéphanie Félecité Ducrest de Saint Aubin, comtesse de Genlis)

Published by Alexis Eymery, Paris (1813)

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Item Description: Alexis Eymery, Paris, 1813. First edition (?). First edition (?). 2 folding plates of engraved music ("Le Barde Moderne" by Casimir). 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary tree calf, richly gilt spine. Joints a little rubbed, otherwise a beautiful copy 2 folding plates of engraved music ("Le Barde Moderne" by Casimir). 1 vols. 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 25225

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DANGEAU, Marquis de & GENLIS Madame De

Published by Paris, Treuttel et Würtz, FRANCE (1817)

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From: Richard Sylvanus Williams (Est 1976) (WINTERTON, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: Paris, Treuttel et Würtz, FRANCE, 1817. Hardback. Book Condition: VG-. Dust Jacket Condition: No DW. 1st Edition. FRENCH TEXT. Half brown leather over marbled boards. Spines lettered in gold. All edges marbled. A fairly clean tight set with just some general wear. SPECIAL POSTAGE RATES APPLY GB £5. Packed weight 1999g. Bookseller Inventory # kb073.017

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Item Description: A Paris, Chez Maradan, An XIII-1805., 1805. In-8°, XV(1), 268(2) pp., demi-basane verte maroquinée à petits coins, dos lisse, orné de faux-nerfs dorés, tranches paille (Reliure de l'époque). Edition originale de cet ouvrage "fait pour les jeunes Artistes, pour les Voyageurs, et pour servir à l'Education de la Jeunesse", dans lequel Madame de Genlis nous donne de précieux renseignements sur les monuments et oeuvres d'art qu'elle avait pu observer lors de ses nombreux voyages à travers l'Europe. Exemplaire bien conservé dans une sobre reliure. Bookseller Inventory # 7310

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Item Description: a Paris, 1782. First Edition. 396+371+422 p. Bound in 3 contemporary full calf with 5 raised bands, With rest of rich golddecoration on spines. The bindings with some wear. Bookseller Inventory # 8040305

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Théâtre à l'usage des jeunes personnes: GENLIS Madame de

GENLIS Madame de

Published by Chez Panckoucke (1779)

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From: Librairie Le Feu Follet (Paris, France)

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Item Description: Chez Panckoucke, 1779. Couverture rigide. - Chez Panckoucke, à Paris 1779-1780, in-8 (12x20cm), 522pp. (2) et (4) 464pp. et (4)436pp. et (4) 412pp., 4 volumes reliés. - Edition originale. Reliures en demi veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge et de tomaison en basane brune. Manques aux coiffes du tome IV. Un petit manque en queue du tome III. Frottements. Assez bons exemplaires, bien frais. L'ensemble des volumes rassemble 24 pièces. Bon nombre de ces pièces furent à l'origine destinées aux enfants d'Orléans dont la comtesse de Genlis s'occupait. Les rôles y sont tenus par des enfants. Madame de Genlis inaugurait ainsi un genre nouveau dans le théâtre, un théâtre fait par et pour des enfants. Dans le dernier volume, la préface précise que ce volume est uniquement destiné aux enfants d'artisans et de marchands. Il va sans dire qu'aucune des pièces n'est sans une certaine morale d'action dont elle est la démonstration. Tome I : Agar dans le désert ; La belle et la bête ; Les flacons ; L'isle heureuse ; L'enfant gâté ; La curieuse ; Les dangers du monde. Tome II : L'aveugle de Spa ; La colombe ; Cécile ou le sacrifice de l'amitié ; Les ennemies généreuses ; La bonne mère ; L'intrigante. Tome III : Le bal d'enfans ; Le voyageur ; Vathek ; Les faux amis ; Le magistrat. Tome IV : La rosière de Salency ; La marchande de mode ; La lingère ; Le libraire ; Le vrai sage ; Le portrait. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First Edition. Half time Calf. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco and volume number in brown sheepskin. Gaps on spine of Volume IV. A small loss in tail of volume III. Friction. Pretty good copies, fresh. All volumes were 24 pieces. Many of these pieces were originally intended for children of Orleans with the Countess of Genlis handled. The roles are held by children. Madame de Genlis, inaugurating a new genre in the theater, a theater by and for children. In the final volume, the preface states that this book is only for children of artisans and merchants. It goes without saying that none of the parts is not without a certain moral action of which it is the proof. Volume I: Hagar in the desert; Beauty and the Beast; The vials; The happy isle; The spoiled child; The curious; The dangers of the world. Volume II: The blind Spa; The dove; Cécile or sacrifice of friendship; Generous enemy; The good mother; The intriguing. Volume III: The ball of children; The traveler; Vathek; False friends; The magistrate. Volume IV: The rosière Salency; The milliner; The laundress; The bookseller; The truly wise; The portrait. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! 522pp. (2) et (4) 464pp. et (4)436pp. et (4) 412pp. Bookseller Inventory # 26471

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