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PQ Literature: French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese (Go to start of category)
PQ2191 .Z5 T8 [Info] The Influence of Baudelaire in France and England (London: Constable and Company, 1913), by Gladys Rosaleen Turquet-Milnes (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2193 .B3 T313 [Info] The Ink-Stain (Tache d'Encre), by René Bazin (Gutenberg text)
PQ2193 .B7 M313 2002 [Info] Mademoiselle Giraud, My Wife (Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1892), by Adolphe Belot, trans. by A. D., contrib. by Émile Zola (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2196 .B4 G4 [Info] Gerfaut, by Charles de Bernard (Gutenberg text)
PQ2196 .B5 P413 [Info] The Idol of Paris (English edition, 1921), by Sarah Bernhardt (Gutenberg text)
PQ2197.B6 J213 [Info] Jacqueline, by Th. Bentzon (Gutenberg text)
PQ2199 .C613 [Info] Cosmopolis, by Paul Bourget (Gutenberg text)
PQ2199 .S513 1916 [Info] The Night Cometh (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1916), by Paul Bourget, trans. by Frederic Lees (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2201 .B2 D513 1898 [Info] 10,000 Years in a Block of Ice (London and New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1898), by Louis Boussenard, trans. by John Paret (PDF at Toronto Public Library)
PQ2201 .B5 A2 1911 [Info] Three Plays by Brieux, Member of the French Academy ("Maternity" (2 versions); "The Three Daughters of M. Dupont"; and "Damaged Goods"; New York: Brentano's, 1911), by Eugène Brieux, trans. by Charlotte Frances Shaw, St. John Hankin, and John Pollock, contrib. by Bernard Shaw
PQ2201 .B5 B6 [Info] Blanchette; and The Escape (Boston: J. W. Luce and Co., 1913), by Eugène Brieux, trans. by Frederick Eisemann, contrib. by H. L. Mencken (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2207 .C4 S32 [Info] Samuel Brohl and Company, by Victor Cherbuliez (Gutenberg text)
PQ2207 .C6 P513 [Info] Prince Zilah, by Jules Claretie (Gutenberg text)
PQ2211 .C3 T613 [Info] A Romance of Youth, by François Coppée (Gutenberg text)
PQ2211 .C32 E5 [Info] Oysters, Nightingales and Cooking Pots: Selected Poetry and Prose in Translation (Heslington, UK: White Rose University Press, c2018), by Tristan Corbière, ed. by Richard Hibbitt and Katherine Lunn-Rockliffe, trans. by Christopher Pilling (multiple formats with commentary at White Rose University press)
PQ2216 .A2 1898 [Info] The Works of Alphonse Daudet (limited edition, 24 volumes; Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1898-1900), by Alphonse Daudet, trans. by George Burnham Ives, Jane Minot Sedgwick, Katharine Prescott Wormeley, Olive Edwards Palmer, Charles De Kay, Marian McIntyre, and Mary Louise Hendee, contrib. by Brander Matthews, William P. Trent, James L. Ford, Léon Daudet, and Ernest Daudet, illust. by L. Rossi, L. Kowalsky, Henri-Alphonse-Louis Laurent-Desrousseaux, L. Marchetti, Gustave Bourgain, Adrien Moreau, Pierre-Georges Jeanniot, Paul Avril, and George Roux (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2216 .F813 [Info] Fromont and Risler, by Alphonse Daudet (Gutenberg text)
PQ2216 .N213 [Info] The Nabob, by Alphonse Daudet, trans. by W. Blaydes (Gutenberg text)
PQ2216 .T4 E5 [Info] Tartarin of Tarascon, by Alphonse Daudet (Gutenberg text)
PQ2216 .T4 E5 [Info] Tartarin of Tarascon, by Alphonse Daudet, trans. by Oliver C. Colt (Gutenberg text)
PQ2216 .Z5l R25 [Info] Les Idées Morales et Littéraires d'Alphonse Daudet d'Après Ses Oeuvres (in French; Grenoble: J.-Léon Aubert, 1911), by Gino A. Ratti (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2220.D6 [Info] The Red Lottery Ticket (London: Vizetelly and Co., 1887), by Fortuné Du Boisgobey (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2220 .D83 M7 [Info] Monsieur, Madame, and Bebe, by Gustave Droz (Gutenberg text)
PQ2223 .L5 [Info] The Romances of Alexandre Dumas (Navarre edition; 45 volumes; Boston: Little, Brown and Co., c1888-1897), by Alexandre Dumas, illust. by Edmund H. Garrett, J. Wagrez, Eugene Grivaz, Evert van Muyden, Frank T. Merrill, Félix Oudart, E. Courboin, Eugène-Michel-Joseph Abot, and Gustave Doré (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2223 .R5 [Info] The Forty-Five Guardsmen (New York: P. F. Collier, 1893), by Alexandre Dumas and Auguste Maquet (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)

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