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by Alfred Allinson,Maurice Maeterlinck

eBook The Massacre of the Innocents ePub
Author: Alfred Allinson,Maurice Maeterlinck
Language: English
ISBN: 1115322524
ISBN13: 978-1115322522
Publisher: BiblioLife (September 23, 2009)
Pages: 36
Subcategory: History
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The Massacre of the Innocents (Massacre des innocents), by Maurice Maeterlinck (1914).

The Massacre of the Innocents (Massacre des innocents), by Maurice Maeterlinck (1914). Maurice Maeterlinck, a Biographical Study, by Gérard Harry, with two essays by Maeterlinck (1910). Maurin the Illustrious, by Jean Aicard (1910). The Days of the Directoire, London, John Lane, 1910, p. vii. ^ In 1902, more than a year after Wilde's death, Carrington published this translation of the Satyricon with no translator identified on the title page but a loose slip of paper inserted in every copy that the translation was "done direct from the original Latin by 'Sebastian Melmoth' (Oscar Wilde)" - using Wilde's well-known pen-name and then providing his.

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Maurice Maeterlinck, Alfred Richard Allinson. A brilliant retelling of the New Testament story by the Belgian writer Maurice Maeterlinck.

Maurice Maeterlinck, Alfred Richard Allinson. Despite the fact that Maeterlinck was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature, this work has become almost entirely forgotten. Here is an extract: 'In a boarded hut at the far end of the village, another band had come upon a peasant-woman bathing her children in a tub before the fire. Being old and almost deaf, she never heard them come in.

Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949. Translator: Allinson, A. R. (Alfred Richard). Note: New York : Duffeild, 1915.

The Massacre of the i. .by Maurice Maeterlinck. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Massacre of the innocents, and other tales. by. Maurice Maeterlinck

Maeterlinck's book, with almost identical content, was published in 1926. The Massacre of the Innocents.

Maeterlinck's book, with almost identical content, was published in 1926. The 100th anniversary of Maurice Maeterlinck's greatest contemporary success, his play The Blue Bird, was selected as the main motif of a high-value collectors' coin: the Belgian 50 euro Maurice Maeterlinck commemorative coin, minted in 2008. Belgian literature  .

Author:Alfred Richard Allinson. The Massacre of the Innocents (Massacre des innocents), by Maurice Maeterlinck (1914). Author Index: Al. Alfred Richard Allinson (1852–1929). d Richard AllinsonAlfred son, Alfred Richard. The Days of the Directoire (1910). Maurice Maeterlinck, a Biographical Study, by Gérard Harry (1910). Nell in Bridewell (Lenchen im Zuchthaus), by W. Reinhard (193 ).

Alfred Richard Allinson

Alfred Richard Allinson. 1852–1929) was a British academic, author, and voluminous translator of continental European literature (mostly French, but occasionally Latin, German and Russian) into English. His translations were often published as by A. Allinson, Alfred R. Allinson or Alfred Allinson. He also translated a number of children's books and historical works, and, late in his career, a number of volumes of the sensationalist Fantômas detective novels. Allinson's sole work of note as an original author was The Days of the Directoire (1910), a historical and social portrait of France during the period of the French Revolution.

Alfred Richard Allinson (1852–1929) was a British academic, author, and voluminous translator of continental European literature .

Alfred Richard Allinson (1852–1929) was a British academic, author, and voluminous translator of continental European literature (mostly French, but occasionally Latin, German and Russian) into English. Maurice Maeterlinck, a Biographical Study, by Gérard Harry, with two essays by M. Maeterlinck (1910).

Alfred Richard Allinson was a nineteenth and twentieth century British academic, author, and voluminous translator of.Allinson's sole work of note as an original author was a work on French costume of the Revolutionary era. ignificance

Alfred Richard Allinson was a nineteenth and twentieth century British academic, author, and voluminous translator of continental European literature (mostly French, but occasionally Latin, German and Russian) into English. He attended Oxford University, from which he took a Master of Arts degree. ignificance. Allinson's primary importance to literature is in helping to introduce French authors Alexandre Dumas and Anatole France to a broad English audience.

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