THE STOLEN TEXTS OF MOLIÈRE: AN EXHIBITION OF PLAGIARIZED, PIRATED & MISAPPROPRIATED WORKS FROM THE WALTER L. PFORZHEIMER COLLECTION.
(Molière). Guggemos, Eva Rose.
- (New Haven): Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, (2005).
- square 8vo.
- stiff paper wrappers
- 39+(1) pages
- ISBN 0845731610 / Order Nr. 108720
- Price: $10.00 other currencies
Published in conjunction with an exhibition of counterfeit and plagiarized works of Molière at the library July-August 2005. Introduction by the author. Color illustrations. Includes checklist of works featured in the exhibition.
Felcone, Joseph J.
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