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Madame Bovary (edition 1978)

by Gustave Flaubert, 1821–1880 (Author), Pierre Brissaud (Illustrator), Jacques de Lacretelle (Introduction), James Lewis May (Translator), Théo Schmied (Engraver)

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Title:Madame Bovary
Authors:Gustave Flaubert, 1821–1880 (Author)
Other authors:Pierre Brissaud (Illustrator), Jacques de Lacretelle (Introduction), James Lewis May (Translator), Théo Schmied (Engraver)
Info:Norwalk, CT : The Easton Press, ©1978. Hardcover. x + 348 pages.
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Madame Bovary. Translated by J. Lewis May with an introduction by Jacques de Lacretelle and colour illustrations by Pierre Brissaud engraved in wood by Théo Schmied by Gustave Flaubert

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