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The Oxford World's Classic edition offers students an excellent introduction to this classic text and also important notes and chronologies. Dr. Paraic Finnerty, University of Portsmouth.
Douglas Parmee is Retired Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge. He is the translator of Nana, Attack on the Mill (Zola) and A Sentimental Journey (Flaubert) for World's Classics. David Coward is Professor of French at the University of Leeds. He is the translator and editor of Maupassant, de Sade, and Dumas in World's Classics.
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This is one of the most cynical works on love and sex ever written. Actually, love and sex don't have anything to do with each other in this book. Read morePublished on April 19 2002 by JR Pinto
The luckless Queen of France kept a copy of this book, albeit that she had to put a 'false' cover on it for fear of ridicule - one would have thought that she would have been... Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2002 by cynthia neal
The luckless Queen of France kept a copy of this book,albeit she had to put a 'false' cover on it for fear of ridicule- one would have thought that she would have been immune. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2002 by cynthia neal
I hate to give this book 4 stars but I have to leave some room at the top. This book is beautiful, evil, heart breaking, touching...It is so damn good. Read morePublished on Oct. 18 2001 by Adam Tilove
Those who have not see the movie "Cruel Intentions", it is worth also reading the book, before you run to the video store. Read morePublished on June 24 2001 by Angelika Lipinski
An artillery officer who wrote nothing else of note wrote this book to propagandize his theory that women should be allowed education. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2001 by Dirk van Nouhuys