The Writings of Prosper Mérimée/Volume 2
THE WRITINGS OF
NOVELS, TALES, AND LETTERS TO AN UNKNOWN
An Essay on the Genius and Achievement of the Author
By GEORGE SAINTSBURY, M.A.
COMPLETE IN EIGHT VOLUMES
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From a dranniig by Gaston Vuillier. THE NOVELS, TALES AND LETTERS OF PROSPER MERIMEE Edited by Prof. George Saintsbury, MA. COMPLETK IN EIGHT VOLUMES COLOMBA Translated by THE LADY MARY LOYD With Illustrations by OASTON TUILLIER NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA FRANK S. HOLBY MCMVI_
By frank s. holby
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Here is your father's shirt, Orso!" (p. 107) Frontispiece From a drawing by Caston Vuillier PAGE "Would mademoiselle understand, for instance, these lines from one of our Corsican songs?"|13 From a drawing by Caston Vuillier
Orlanduccio's only response was to draw his dagger and fly like a madman at Orso|156 "From a drawing by Caston Vuillier"