Great Nineteenth-century French Short StoriesBook - 1990
Unusual compilation represents trends toward the fantastic and the macabre, expressionism and surrealism. Features 17 imaginative selections by lesser-known, yet often influential, writers. "Adolphe," by Benjamin Constant; "Gaspard de la Nuit," Aloysius Bertrand; "Salome," Jules Laforgue; "The Anatomist," by Petrus Borel, and 13 more by de Kock, Mery, Soulie, Bloy, others. Introductory notes.
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 1990.
Branch Call Number: GREAT
Characteristics: 421 p.
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