Eugenie Grandet

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"[Balzac"s] short works although not new are exquisite - La Recherche de L"Absolu- Eugenie Grandet- Modeste Mignon- The last good cheap English books that I remember were the holy verses by Dr. Kitto, & Duffy"s Irish Songs & Ballads- For my own part I have been reading 21 volumes of Mirabeau & about as long of Memoires of that great statesman... What a story- & what a man! If you never read Lucas Montigny"s Memoires from Mirabeau sa famille & ses ecrits. Do I conjure you. It is the most graphic book in that language of graphic memoires...Macaulay"s book is very able- but one wished to find a greater sympathy especially with misfortune - He really likes nobody except that odious Dutchman."

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Mitford, Mary Russell
Related place
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Related place
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Related people
Mitford, Mary Russell
Related place
England
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