The whole prose romances of François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire / now first completely done into English by William Walton
- Voltaire, 1694-1778
- London : Walpole Press, printed for subscribers only, 1900.
- Physical Description:
- 3v. : fronts.(v.1.,port.)plates ; 23cm
- Additional Creators:
- Walton, William
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- v.1. The Huron; or, The pupil of nature.--The history of Jenni; or, The atheist and the sage. The one-eyed street-porter. Cosi-Sancta; A little evil for a great good. An incident of memory. The travels of Reason. The man with forty crowns. Timon. The king of Boutan; or, How far should we impose upon the people. Of the adornment of the city of Cashmere.--v.2. The letters of Amabed. The blind judges of colors. The princess of Babylon. The ears of Lord Chesterfield and Chaplain Goudman. Story of a good Brahman. An Indian adventure. Zadig; or, Destiny.--v.3. Micromegas. Candide; or, Optimism. The world as it goes. The white and the black. Jeannot and Colin. The history of the travels of Scarmentado. The white bull. Memnon; or, Human wisdom. Plato's dream. Bababec and the fakirs. The two consoled ones.
- "Grand edition de luxe, strictly limited to one thousand copies only, each numbered, all copies being on Japanese vellum, illustrated with twenty-two etchings, each of which is printed in two states. This is copy no.107".
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