Series: Bibliothèque de la Pléiade

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Oeuvres Completes Vol. 1 (Bibliotheque de la Pleiade) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry98
Paul Eluard Œuvres complètes I by Paul Éluard200
Paul Eluard Œuvres complètes II by Paul Éluard201
Colette : Oeuvres, tome 1 by Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette314
Prévert : Oeuvres complètes, tome 1 by Jacques Prévert388
Frankenstein : Et autres romans gothiques by Horace Walpole599
Un portrait de femme et autres romans by Henry James609

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