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PQ Literature: French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese (Go to start of category)
PQ2311.J245 V613 1852 [Info] Travels of Rolando: or, A Tour Round the World (revised edition; New York: C.S. Francis and Co., 1852), by L. F. Jauffret, trans. by Lucy Aikin, illust. by William Harvey (page images at University of Florida)
PQ2323 .L1 C7 [Info] Laboulaye's Fairy Book (New York and London: Harper and Brothers, c1920), by Édouard Laboulaye, trans. by Mary L. Booth, contrib. by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin, illust. by Edward McCandlish (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PQ2323.L8 C5 [Info] Chroniques Parisiennes; Ennuis Non Rimés (in French; Paris: La Connaissance, 1920), by Jules Laforgue, ed. by André Malraux (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2323 .L8 M634 1989 [Info] Parody and Decadence: Laforgue's Moralités Légendaires (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1989), by Michele Hannoosh (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ2344 .H43 W64 1987 [Info] Eros Under Glass: Psychoanalysis and Mallarmé's "Hérodiade" (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1987), by Mary Ellen Wolf (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ2344 .Z5 M35 2011 [Info] Mallarmé Devant Ses Contemporains, 1875-1899 (in French; Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press, c2011), ed. by Peter Sutherland Hambly (PDF with commentary at Adelaide)
PQ2346 .C613 [Info] Conscience, by Hector Malot (Gutenberg text)
PQ2346 .C613 [Info] Nobody's Boy (Sans Famille) (New York: Cupples and Leon, 1916), by Hector Malot, trans. by Florence Crewe-Jones, illust. by Johnny Gruelle (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PQ2346 .C613 [Info] Nobody's Girl (En Famille) (New York: Cupples and Leon, 1922), by Hector Malot, trans. by Florence Crewe-Jones, illust. by Thelma Gooch
PQ2349 .A4 [Info] Original Short Stories (13 volumes), by Guy de Maupassant, trans. by Albert M. C. McMaster, A. E. Henderson, and Louise Charlotte Garstin Quesada, contrib. by Pol. Louis Neveux (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .A4 [Info] Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life (from a 3-volume edition), by Guy de Maupassant, contrib. by Paul Bourget and Robert Arnot (HTML at Virginia)
PQ2349 .A4 E5 [Info] The Complete Short Stories of Guy de Maupassant (10 volumes in 1; New York: P. F. Collier and Son, c1903), by Guy de Maupassant (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2349 .A4 E5 [Info] The Odd Number: Thirteen Tales (New York: Harper and Bros., c1889), by Guy de Maupassant, trans. by Jonathan Sturges, contrib. by Henry James (multiple formats at archive.org)
PQ2349 .B4 1903 [Info] Bel Ami, or, The History of a Scoundrel (abridged translation copyrighted in 1903 by M. Walter Dunne), by Guy de Maupassant (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .B4 1910 [Info] Bel-Ami: The History of a Heart (New York: Pearson, 1910), by Guy de Maupassant, contrib. by Clinton T. Brainard (page images at Google; US access only)
PQ2349 .C6 [Info] A Comedy of Marriage; Musotte; The Lancer's Wife; and Other Tales, by Guy de Maupassant (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .F613 [Info] Strong as Death, by Guy de Maupassant (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .M15 [Info] Mademoiselle Fifi; Boule de Suif, by Guy de Maupassant (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .P61 E5 [Info] Pierre and Jean, by Guy de Maupassant, trans. by Clara Bell (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .V4 [Info] Une Vie: A Piece of String, and Other Stories, by Guy de Maupassant, trans. by Albert M. C. McMaster, A. E. Henderson, and Louise Charlotte Garstin Quesada, contrib. by Pol. Louis Neveux (Gutenberg text)
PQ2349 .Y7 [Info] Yvette, by Guy de Maupassant (Gutenberg text)
PQ2353 .S8 [Info] Maupassant: A Lion in the Path (New York: Grosset and Dunlap, c1949), by Francis Steegmuller (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2362 .A23 [Info] The Writings of Prosper Mérimée: With an Essay on the Genius and Achievement of the Author (8 volumes; New York: Croscup and Holby company, 1905), by Prosper Mérimée, trans. by E. M. Waller, Mary Loyd, Edmund Burke Thompson, Mary Helena Dey, William M. Arnold, Olive E. Palmer, and Louise Paul, contrib. by George Saintsbury (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2362 .C3 E5 [Info] Carmen, by Prosper Mérimée, trans. by Mary Loyd (Gutenberg text)
PQ2362 .C3 E5 [Info] Carmen (New York: W. F. Payson, c1931), by Prosper Mérimée, trans. by Albert Sterner (page images at childrensbooksonline.org)

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