Author talk:Théophile Gautier

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Translation information and on-line texts

Mademoiselle de Maupin, trans. anon., 1905 edition Google Books

Translations by Lafcadio Hearn:

Jettatura, trans. "M. de L***", 1888 Google Books; a.k.a. The Evil Eye (same translation) Munseys

Stronger Than Death, or Spirite, trans. Arthur D. Hall, 1890 Google Books

Spirite: A Fantasy, trans. anon., 1877 Google Books

Wanderings in Spain, trans. anon., 1853 Google Books

The Works of Theophile Gautier, in 24 volumes, edited and translated by F. C. Sumichrast, 1900-1903. The full set is available on Google Books.
I. Mademoiselle de Maupin (1)
II. Mademoiselle de Maupin (2)
III. The Grotesques
IV. Travels in Spain
V. The Romance of a Mummy
VI. Portraits of the Day
VII. Travels in Italy
VIII. Fortunio; One of Cleopatra’s Nights; King Candaules
IX. The Louvre
X. Constantinople
XI. Spirite; The Vampire; Arria Marcella
XII. The Quartette [Partie carrée]; The Mummy’s Foot
XIII. Travels in Russia (1)
XIV. Travels in Russia (2)
XV. Avatar; Jettatura Arthur's Classic Novels; The Water Pavilion
XVI. A History of Romanticism; The Progress of French Poetry since 1830
XVII. Captain Fracasse (1) Gutenberg; Munseys
XVIII. Captain Fracasse (2)
XIX. Captain Fracasse (3)
XX. Paris Besieged
XXI. Militona; The Nightingales [Le nid de rossignols]; The Marchioness’s Lap-Dog [Le petit chien de la marquise]; Omphale: A Rococo Story
XXII. Jack and Jill; The Thousand and Second Night; Elias Wildmanstadius; Daniel Jovard; The Bowl of Punch
XXIII. Art and Criticism; The Magic Hat [Le Tricorne enchanté]
XXIV. Enamels and Cameos and Other Poems