Title Life, letters, and Epicurean philosophy of Ninon de L'Enclos, the celebrated beauty of the seventeenth century.
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Publication Place Chicago
Publisher Lion Pub Co
Physical Description 387
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Worldcat Url https://worldcat.org/oclc/3836741
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Physical Locations Oregon State University system number DC130.L5 R6 University of California system number 811.L563.lE University of Nebraska-Lincoln system number DC130.L5 R6 1903
Digital Locations (1) Project Gutemberg: (transcription, searchable) (2) HathiTrust Digital Library (3) Internet Archive: (imagem, searchable)
Digital Url http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/10665
Notes 1. Note on Worldcat: "The spurious letters addressed to the marquis de Sévigné (p. 125-326) were composed by Louis Damours, though sometimes ascribed to C.P. Jolyot de Crébillon. The correspondence between Ninon de Lenclos and Saint-Évremond (p. 331-387) is genuine, however. Cf. Dict. de biog. française; BM Cat. Photolith. ed. to 1955"; 2. HathiTrust access is limited to the US; 3. Available in 96 libraries around the world as per Worldcat.
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