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PQ Literature: French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese (Go to start of category)
PQ2254 .I4 E5 [Info] Penguin Island, by Anatole France, trans. by A. W. Evans (Gutenberg text)
PQ2254 .I4 E5 1925 [Info] Penguin Island (London: J. Lane; New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1925), by Anatole France, trans. by A. W. Evans, illust. by Frank Cheyne Papé (page images at childrensbooksonline.org)
PQ2254 .J27 [Info] The Garden of Epicurus (with other works New York and London: J. Lane, 1908), by Anatole France, trans. by A. R. Allinson (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2254 .J6 E5 [Info] Jocasta; and The Famished Cat (London and New York: J. Lane; Toronto: Bell and Cockburn, 1912), by Anatole France, trans. by Agnes Farley (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2254 .L8 [Info] The Red Lily, by Anatole France (Gutenberg text)
PQ2254 .P83 [Info] A Mummer's Tale (London and New York: John Lane, 1921), by Anatole France, trans. by Charles E. Roche (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PQ2254 .P83 [Info] The Well of Saint Clare (London and New York: John Lane, 1909), by Anatole France, trans. by A. R. Allinson (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PQ2254 .R6 [Info] The Revolt of the Angels (New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1924), by Anatole France, trans. by Emilie Jackson (Gutenberg text)
PQ2254 .R7 E6 [Info] At the Sign of The Reine Pédauque (definitive edition; New York: Dodd, Mead, and Co., 1922), by Anatole France, trans. by Emilie Jackson, contrib. by William John Locke
PQ2254 .R7 E6 [Info] The Queen Pedauque, by Anatole France, trans. by Jos. A. V. Stritzko, contrib. by James Branch Cabell (Gutenberg text)
PQ2254 .T4 [Info] Thais, by Anatole France, trans. by Robert B. Douglas (Gutenberg text)
PQ2254 .Z3 G72 1922 [Info] Anatole France and His Circle: Being His Table-Talk (London: J. Lane, 1922), by Anatole France, ed. by Paul Gsell, trans. by Frederic Lees, illust. by Pierre Calmettes (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2254 .Z3 L4 [Info] Anatole France at Home (New York: Adelphi Co., 1926), by Anatole France, ed. by Marcel Le Goff, trans. by Laura Riding (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2257 .G2 A313 [Info] The Lerouge Affair (v3 in a set of Gaboriau's novels; New York: W. R. Caldwell and Co., c1908), by Emile Gaboriau, illust. by John A. Williams (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2257 .G2 A313 [Info] The Lerouge Case, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 A913 [Info] Other People's Money, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 B23 [Info] Baron Trigault's Vengeance, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 C3 [Info] Caught in the Net, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 C3213 [Info] The Clique of Gold, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 C5 [Info] The Champdoce Mystery, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 C713 [Info] Within an Inch of His Life, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 D713 [Info] File No. 113, by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 H615 [Info] The Honor of the Name (the second part of Monsieur Lecoq), by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)
PQ2257 .G2 M5 [Info] A Thousand Francs Reward (with his "Military Sketches" and Prosper Merimee's "Carmen"; New York: G. Munro, c1887), by Emile Gaboriau and Prosper Mérimée, trans. by Mary J. Safford and Laura E. Kendall
PQ2257 .G2 M7 [Info] Monsieur Lecoq (based on the Scribner's translation; for continuation, see The Honor of the Name), by Emile Gaboriau (Gutenberg text)

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