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Hugo, Victor


Victor Hugo's Oration on Voltaire




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This book is extremely rare for an October 25, 2012 WorldCat search found only 3 libraries worldwide have a copy of this 1891 edition of this work.

Originally published in 1883, OCLC locates only 4 copies of the 1883 edition, and none of this 1891 edition. This book includes the original French text with Parton's English translation

This oration on Voltaire was delivered at Paris, May 30, 1878, the one hundredth anniversary of Voltaire's death. It was translated by James Parton. In addition, it includes the three great poems from Goethe, George Eliot and Longfellow.

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