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Author Balzac, Honoré de, 1799-1850.

Title Edition definitive of the Comédie humaine / by Honoré de Balzac, now for the first time completely translated into English.

Published Philadelphia : G Barrie, 1895-1900.

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Uniform title Comédie humaine
Physical description 53 v. : fronts., plates, ports. ; 24 cm.
Notes Each volume has separate t-p.
Contents v. 1-11. Parisian life: v. 1-2. The splendors and miseries of courtesans: The way that girls love. How much love costs old men. The end of bad roads. The last incarnation of Vautrin.--v. 5. Poor relations, second episode: Cousin Pons.--v. 6. History of the thirteen: Ferragus, Chief of the Devorants. La Duchesse de Langeais.--v. 7. History of the grandeur and downfall of César Birotteau.--v. 8. The civil service. Gaudissarrt II. A prince of Bohemia.--v. 9. The house of Nucingen. The secrets of La Princesse de Cadignan. Sarrasine. Facino Cane. A man of business. The involuntary comedians.
v. 12-22. Private life: v. 12. The house of the Cat and Racket. The dance at Sceaux. The purse. The vendetta.--v. 13. Memoirs of two young wives.--v. 14. Modeste Mignon.--v. 15. A start in life. Madame Firmiani. The message. The atheist's mass.--v. 16. Albert Savarus. A daughter of Eve.--v. 17. The marriage contract. La grenadiere. Gobseck.--v. 18. A woman of thirty. The deserted mistress.--v. 19. Old Goriot.--v. 20. Honorine. Colonel Chabert. The interdiction.--v. 21. Beatrix.--v. 22. A double family. The peace of the household. A study of woman. Another study of woman. The pretended mistress.
v.23-32. Provincial life: v. 23. Ursule Mirouët.--v. 24-25. The celibates: Pierrette. The Curé de Tours. La Rabouilleuse.--v. 26. Eugénie Grandet.--v. 27. The lily of the valley.--v. 28. The illustrious Gaudissart. The muse of the department.--v. 29. The old maid. The cabinet of antiquities.--v. 30-32. Lost illusionss: The two poets. A provincial great man in Paris. The trials of an inventor.
v.33-37. Military and political life: v. 33. The Chouans.--v. 34. A passion in the desert. An episode under the reign of terror. A dark affair.--v. 35. Z. Marcas. The other side of contemporaneous history, first episode: Madame de la Chanterie; second episode: The novice.--v. 36-37. The deputy from Arcis.
v.38-40. Country life: v. 38. The country Doctor.--v. 39. The village Curé.--v. 40. The peasants.
v.41-49. Philosophic and analytic studies: v. 41. The magic skin.--v. 42. Jesus Christ in Flanders. Melmoth converted. The elixir of long life. Seraphita.--v. 44. Gambara. Massimilla Doni. The accursed child.--v. 45. The quest of the absolute.--v. 46. Adieu. The conscript. The executioner. The exiles. Louis Lambert.--v. 47. Catherine de' Medici.--v. 48-49. Physiology of marriage. Petty worries of conjugal life.
v.50-51. The repertory of La comédie humaine of Honoré de Balzac.--v.52-53. Les contes drolatiques.
Subject Balzac, Honoré de, 1799-1850.