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Abstract books: an example

Eusèbe Girault de Saint-Fargeau, Revue des romans  : recueil d'analyses raisonnées des productions remarquables des plus célèbres romanciers français et étrangers. Paris, 1839; reprint Genève, 1968.

This book provides abstracts of novels and other works considered important in early 19th-century France. It presents for instance these works by (French and other) women. It also gives useful information about earlier translations into French.

(Perusal of this source not finished.)

Suzan van Dijk, 13 May 2010

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