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Title: Alphabetical Catalogue of Books in General Literature and Fiction
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  ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
  IN
  GENERAL LITERATURE AND FICTION

  PUBLISHED BY
  CHATTO & WINDUS
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     1. =Molière:= Le Misanthrope.

     2. =Molière:= Les Femmes savantes.

     3. =Corneille:= Le Cid.

     4. =Descartes:= Discours de la méthode.

   5-6. =Dante:= Divina Commedia I.: Inferno.

     7. =Boccaccio:= Decameron: Prima giornata.

     8. =Calderon.= La vida es sueño.

     9. =Restif de la Bretonne:= L'an 2000.

    10. =Camoes:= Os Lusíadas: Canto I., II.

    11. =Racine:= Athalie.

 12-15. =Petrarca:= Rerum vulgarium fragmenta.

 16-17. =Dante:= Divina Commedia II.: Purgatorio.

 18-20. =Tillier:= Mon oncle Benjamin.

 21-22. =Boccaccio:= Decameron: Seconda giornata.

 23-24. =Beaumarchais:= Le Barbier de Seville.

    25.=Camoes:= Os Lusiadas: III., IV.

 26-28. =Alfred de Musset;= Comédies et Proverbes

    29. =Corneille:= Horace.

 30-31. =Dante:= Divina Commedia III.: Paradiso.

 32-34. =Prevost:= Manon Lescaut.

 35-36. =Oeuvres de François Villon.=

 37-39. =Guillem de Castro:= Las Mocedades del Cid, I., II.

    40. =Dante:= La Vita Nuova.

 41-44. =Cervantes:= 5 Novelas ejemplares.

    45. =Camões:= Os Lusíadas: V. VI., VII.

    46. =Molière:= L'Avare.

    47. =Petrarca:= I Trionfi.

 48-49. =Boccaccio:= Decameron: Terza giornata.

    50. =Corneille:= Cinnna.

 51-52. =Camões:= Os Lusíadas: VIII., IX., X.

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Transcriber's Note

A book catalog included in 1913 in The Slang Dictionary, Etymological,
Historical and Anecdotal by John Camden Hotten.

In this version, oe ligatures have been replaced with the letters oe,
asterisms have been replaced with three asterisks, and superscripts are
represented using the caret character, e.g. XV^e.





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