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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PQ Literature: French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese (Go to start of category)
PQ2601 .U4 V3 [Info] Valserine, and Other Stories (in English and French; New York: Hodder and Stoughton, G. H. Doran Co., c1912), by Marguerite Audoux
PQ2603 .A32 F413 [Info] Under Fire: The Story of a Squad, by Henri Barbusse, trans. by W. Fitzwater Wray (Gutenberg text)
PQ2603 .E378 Z618 2013 [Info] The Work of Poverty: Samuel Beckett's Vagabonds and the Theater of Crisis (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2013), by Lance Alfred Duerfahrd (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ2603 .E583 A8513 [Info] Atlantida (L'Atlantide) (New York: Duffield and Company, 1920), by Pierre Benoît, trans. by Mary C. Tongue and Mary Ross (HTML with commentary at
PQ2603 .E583 L23 [Info] Salt Lake: A Novel (New York: A. A. Knopf, 1922), by Pierre Benoît, trans. by Florence Llona and Victor Llona
PQ2603 .E583 P8513 1926 [Info] Jacob's Well (New York: International Publishers, 1926), by Pierre Benoît, trans. by A. S. Rappoport (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2603 .E583 S5 [Info] The Secret Spring (New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1920), by Pierre Benoît
PQ2603 .L35 [Info] "-- & Co." (this English translation 1929), by Jean-Richard Bloch, trans. by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff, contrib. by Romain Rolland (text in Australia; NO US ACCESS)
PQ2603 .O32 E5 [Info] L'Enfant Taciturne: Roman (in French; Amiens: E. Malfère, 1922), by Magali-Boisnard (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2605 .A3734 E8 [Info] L'Étranger (originally published 1942; this edition c1957), by Albert Camus (multiple formats in Canada; NO US ACCESS)
PQ2605 .A3734 E938 1984 [Info] Exiles and Strangers: A Reading of Camus's Exile and the Kingdom (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1984), by English Showalter (PDF at Ohio State)
PQ2605 .O15 V6 1922 [Info] Vocabulaire: Poèmes (in French; Paris: Éditions de La Sirène, 1922), by Jean Cocteau (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2605 .O2824 S413 [Info] Selected Prose Poems, by Paul Colinet and Rochelle Ratner (HTML at CAPA)
PQ2605 .O28543 [Info] Barks and Purrs, by Colette, trans. by Maire Monica Kelly (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PQ2607 .E32 O5 1921 [Info] L'Ondine de Capdeuilles (in French; Paris: J. Tallandier, ca. 1921), by Delly (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2607 .O5 A1 [Info] Théâtre (4 volumes, in French; Paris: Bibliotheque-Charpentier, 1908-1909), by Maurice Donnay
PQ2607 .O5 B27 [Info] La Bascule: Comédie en Quatre Actes (in French; Paris: La Revue Blanche, ca. 1902), by Maurice Donnay (multiple formats at
PQ2607 .O5 G46 1901 [Info] Georgette Lemeunier; La Bascule (in French; Paris: A. Fayard et cie., ca. 1901), by Maurice Donnay, illust. by Louis Malteste and E. Simm (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ2607 .O64 C713 [Info] Wooden Crosses, by Roland Dorgelès (HTML at
PQ2607 .U53 C513 [Info] Civilization, 1914-1917, by Georges Duhamel, trans. by Eleanor Stimson Brooks (HTML at
PQ2607 .U53 D26 [Info] In the Shadow of Statues: Drama in Three Acts (as published in Poet Lore, 1914), by Georges Duhamel, trans. by Sasha Best (with rest of issue: page images at HathiTrust)
PQ2611 .A78 V4 1917 [Info] La Veille d'Armes (play in 5 acts, in French; 1917), by Claude Farrère and Lucien Népoty (Gutenberg text)
PQ2613 .I2 C34 [Info] Les Caves du Vatican (in French), by André Gide (Gutenberg text)
PQ2613 .I2 I7 [Info] Isabelle (in French), by André Gide (Gutenberg text)
PQ2613 .I2 N7 [Info] Les Nourritures Terrestres (in French; Paris: Gallimard, c1921), by André Gide (multiple formats at

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