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Series: Studies in French Literature

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Alain-Fournier and Le Grand Meaulnes (The Wanderer) (Studies in French Literature) by Edward Ford
Baudelaire: Les Fleurs Du Mal (Studies in French Literature) by Alison Fairlie
Giraudoux: "La guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu." (Studies in French literature) by Roy Lewis
Racine: Britannicus (Studies In French Literature 1) by W. G. Moore01
Sartre: La nausée and Les mouches (Studies in French literature) by Keith Gore
Flaubert: Madame Bovary by Alison Fairlie08
Camus: La Peste by Donald A Haggis09
Saint-Exupery: Vol de nuit, (Studies in French literature, no. 18) by Michael Thomas Young18
Gide - Les Caves du Vatican by Christopher David Bettinson20
Proust--Du côté de chez Swann (Studies in French literature ; no. 25) by Valerie Minogue25
Montesquieu, Lettres persanes (Studies in French literature ; no. 31) by Mark H Waddicor31
L'Absence Et Le Detail Dans L'Oeuvre Romanesque De Camus (Studies in French Literature, 71) (French Edition) by Victor Gregoire71

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