Le miroir de ma tante Marguerite et la chambre tapissée, contes, par Sir Walter Scott :pré́cédés d'un Essai sur l'emploi du merveilleux dans le roman, et suivis de Clorinda ou Le collier de perles

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France Paris
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Paris, : Charles Gosselin, libraire de son altesse Royale Monseigneur le duc de Bordeaux, rue Saint-Germain-des-Prés, n. 9, 1829
Date
1829
Country of publication
France
Language of translation
French
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English
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First edition in French of Scott's essay 'On the supernatural in fictitious composition; and particularly on the works of Ernest Theodore William Hoffmann' (first published in 'The Foreign Quarterly Review' vol. I, no. 1 (1827)). To this translation are added three Gothic short stories, translations of: My Aunt Margaret's mirror and The Tapestried chamber (both from the literary annual 'The Keepsake' for 1828) and Clorinda: or the Necklace of pearl (from 'The Keepsake' for 1829, by 'Lord Normanby' but pseudonymous)
Translator: Rosine Mame Gosselin (Lady Lattimore Clarke), wife of editor Charles Gosselin
Issued as a volume of the complete works, though also obtainable as an individual volume
Du merveilleux dans le roman -- Le miroir de la tante Marguerite -- La chambre tapissée, ou la dame en sac -- Clorinda ou Le collier de perles
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30966

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