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La Chartreuse de Parme.

By Stendhal (Henri Beyle). Now first translated by E. P. Robins.

Illustrated with thirty-two Etchings by G. Merrier, from designs by N. Foulquier, and Portrait of the Author. Now ready in three volumes, post 8vo, printed on Dickinson's antique paper, artistic binding, £1, 1s. net. Special Edition, printed on Van Gelder's hand-made paper, £2, 2s. net; and Edition de Luxe, printed on Imperial Japanese vellum, with Etchings in two states, one pulled on Japanese vellum, and one on pure vellum, $5, 5s. net.

The Publishers feel that the production of the first English translation of this famous novel, one of the masterpieces of French literature of the present century, needs very little in the way of introduction or explanation. The Author, a contemporary of Balzac—who described him as "an immense genius," and pronounced "La Chartreuse de Parme" his masterpiece—though not generally recognised at its true value during his lifetime, could say with a confidence which has justified itself: "I shall be understood in 1880"; for, as Bourget has justly observed: "We now speak casually of Balzac and Stendhal as we speak of Hugo and Lamartine, Ingres and Delacroix."


Red and Black. (Le Rouge et le

Noir.) By Stendhal. Now first translated by E. P. Robins. With Frontispieces by Dubouchet, etched by Gustave Mercier. Two volumes, post 8vo. Price 7s. 6d. net.





London Nights.

Second Edition, revised, with a New Preface. Large post 8vo. Price 6s. net. (A few Large Paper copies of the First Edition remain. Price One Guinea net.)



Second Edition, revised and enlarged. Large post 8vo. Price 5s. net. (A few Large Paper copies remain. Price One Guinea net.)