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PQ Literature: French, Italian, and Spanish (Go to start of category)
PQ2 .E577 [Info] Entretiens Politiques et Littéraires (1890-1893) (partial serial archives)
PQ139 .E4 [Info] Literary Rambles in France (from the 1907 Archibald Constable edition, with added illustrations), by Matilda Betham-Edwards (illustrated HTML in the UK)
PQ146 .S54 [Info] Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of France (2 volumes; London: Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans; and John Taylor, 1838-1839), contrib. by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
PQ149 .M3 [Info] The Women of the French Salons, by Amelia Gere Mason (Gutenberg text)
PQ241 .D3 [Info] Audience, Words, and Art: Studies in Seventeenth-Century French Rhetoric (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1965), by Hugh McCullough Davidson (PDF files at Ohio State)
PQ249 .H6 [Info] Love and Language: A Study of the Classical French Moralist Writers (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1977), by Louise K. Horowitz (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ283 .M3 [Info] De Quelques Coeurs Inquiets: Petits Essais de Psychologie Religieuse (in French; Paris: Societe Litteraire de France, ca. 1919), by François Mauriac (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ401 .G5 [Info] The Idea of Poetry in France, From Houdar de la Motte to Baudelaire (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1958), by Margaret Gilman (mulriple formats at archive.org)
PQ417 .B5 [Info] Avril: Being Essays on the Poetry of the French Renaissance, by Hilaire Belloc (Gutenberg text)
PQ421 .R8 [Info] The Knot of Artifice: A Poetic of the French Lyric in the Early 17th Century (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1981), by David Lee Rubin (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ538 .B75 2002 [Info] A Field of Honor: Writers, Court Culture and Public Theater in French Literary Life from Racine to the Revolution (c2002), by Gregory S. Brown (illustrated HTML and PDF with commentary at gutenberg-e.org)
PQ551 .C45 [Info] The Contemporary Drama of France (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., c1920), by Frank Wadleigh Chandler
PQ551 .F54 [Info] The Modern French Drama: Seven Essays (London: Chapman and Hall, 1898), by Augustin Filon, trans. by Janet E. Courtney, contrib. by W. L. Courtney (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ615 .S46 1994 [Info] In the Grip of Minos: Confessional Discourse in Dante, Corneille, and Racine, by Matthew Senior
PQ631 .S3 [Info] A History of the French Novel (to the Close of the 19th Century), by George Saintsbury
PQ637.C37 N45 1990 [Info] Causality and Narrative in French Fiction from Zola to Robbe-Grillet (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1990), by Roy Jay Nelson (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ645 .D37 [Info] Libertine Strategies: Freedom and the Novel in Seventeenth-Century France (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1981), by Joan E. DeJean (PDF files at Ohio State Press)
PQ653 .C43 2009 [Info] The Enemy Within: Culture Wars and Political Identity in Novels of the French Third Republic (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c2009), by Gilbert D. Chaitin (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ653 .K43 2007 [Info] Reconstructing Woman: From Fiction to Reality in the Nineteenth-Century Novel (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, c2007), by Dorothy Kelly (PDF at PSU)
PQ673 .R64 2007 [Info] Career Stories: Belle Epoque Novels of Professional Development (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, c2007), by Juliette M. Rogers (PDF at PSU)
PQ1104 .A285 [Info] Action: Cahiers Individualistes de Philosophie et d'Art (in French; 1920-1922) (partial serial archives)
PQ1165 .C25 [Info] French Lyrics (with extensive English notes), ed. by Arthur Graves Canfield (Gutenberg text)
PQ1189 .O93 [Info] The Book of French Songs, Translated by John Oxenford, Esq.; To Which is Added Miss Costello's Early French Poetry (New York: Scribner, Welford and Armstrong, ca. 1872), trans. by John Oxenford and Louisa Stuart Costello (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ1278 The Best Terrible Tales From the French (delisted 21 May 2013 due to disappearance of hosting site)
    PQ1278 [Info] Terrible Tales, French (New York et al.: Brentano's, n.d.) (multiple formats at Google; US access only)

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