Gustave Flaubert Bibliography

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Gustave Flaubert, born 12 December 1821 to 1880, is the legendary author of Madame Bovary, regarded by many as one of the greatest novels ever written. The books were first printed in France and subsequently translated into English. All of the main titles have been continually reissued and reset, some illustrated and with different introductions. These later editions provide quite a break for collectors. Anybody wishing to collect the 1st editions would need a budget that stretches past most collectors. Classic books like these do attract big price tickets. The Later issues are a very attractive proposition, both financially and visually, many have superb pictorial bindings.
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Title   Date Notes
Madame Bovary Vizetelly 1886 Trans. Eleanor Marx Aveling
Salammbo Ditto 1886 Trans JS Chartes
The Temptation of Saint Anthony Nichols 1895 Trans DF Hannigan
Bouvard and Pecuchet Nichols 1896 As above
Sentimental Education Ditto 1898 Ditto, two volumes

Other and Miscellaneous

Title   Date Notes
November Bodley Head 1934 1,250 copies only
Bibliomania A Tale Rodale Press 1954 Illus by Arthur Wragg
Dictionary of Accepted Ideas Reinhardt 1954 Trans Jacques Barzun
Flaubert in Egypt Bodley Head 1972  

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