Mauprat (Heinemann)

Mauprat  (1904) 
by George Sand, translated by John Oliver Hobbes

A LIBRARY OF FRENCH MASTERPIECES

EDITED BY EDMUND GOSSE, LL.D.

With Portrait-Notes by Octave Uzanne

ENGLISH EDITION
A Library of French Masterpieces
EDITED BY EDMUND GOSSE

Mauprat

TRANSLATED FROM THE
FRENCH OF
George Sand

WITH A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION BY
JOHN OLIVER HOBBES

ILLUSTRATED BY
EUGÉNE PAUL AVRIL

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Portrait of George Sand Frontispiece
COLOURED PLATES
"In the twinkling of an eye all the Mauprats were at the portcullis" To face page 54
"I took Edmée in my arms, and quietly walked through the stream" 116
"Dead, dead!" said Patience. "And there is the murderer!" 324
PORTRAITS OF GEORGE SAND
Page
In 1860, from a photograph 419
In 1832, from a lithograph by Jullien 420
In male attire about 1830, from a drawing by Calamatta 421
A medallion by David d'Angers, 1851 421
About 1838, from a lithograph by Aubert 422
In 1840, engraved from a drawing by Nargeot 423
About 1848, after the picture by Couture 423
In 1869, from a photograph 424
In 1866, from a lithograph by Lafosse 424
In 1870, photograph by Nadar 425

This volume contains Three
Coloured Plates after
Water-colour Drawings by
Eugéne Paul Avril.



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This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.