The Works of Voltaire: A Contemporary Version [The Maid of Orleans, V. II] - Vol. 41

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EDITION DE LA PACIFICATION


THE WORKS OF
VOLTAIRE

A CONTEMPORARY VERSION

WITH NOTES BY TOBIAS SMOLLETT, REVISED AND MODERNIZED
NEW TRANSLATIONS BY WILLIAM F. FLEMING, AND AN
INTRODUCTION BY OLIVER H. G. LEIGH

A CRITIQUE AND BIOGRAPHY
BY
THE RT. HON. JOHN MORLEY

FORTY-TWO VOLUMES
ONE HUNDREI AND SIXTY-EIGHT DESIGNS, COMPRISING REPRODUCTIONS
OF RARE OLD ENGRAVINGS, STEEL PLATHS, PHOTOGRAVURES,
AND CURIOUS FAC-SIMILES

VOLUME XLI

E. R. DuMONT
PARIS : LONDON : NEW YORK : CHICAGO

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  • The Works of Voltaire - Edition de la Pacification *
  • The Works of Voltaire - A Contemporary Version *
  • The Maid of Orleans [la Pucelle D'OrlÉans] *
  • List of Plates *
  • Preface of the Editors of Kehl, to the Edition of the Pucelle D'OrlÉans, of Monsieur de Voltaire 5
  • Preface of Don Apuleius Risorius, the Benedictine 13
  • Historical Problem Respecting the Execution of la Pucelle D'OrlÉans 19
  • Table of Contents to Volume the Second 35
  • Canto XI 39
  • Notes to Canto XI 55
  • Canto XII 59
  • Notes to Canto XII 75
  • Canto XIII 79
  • Notes to Canto XIII 97
  • Canto XIV 109
  • Notes to Canto XIV 123
  • Canto XV 127
  • Notes to Canto XV 137
  • Canto XVI 139
  • Notes to Canto XVI 155
  • Canto XVII 159
  • Notes to Canto XVII 175
  • Canto XVIII 179
  • Notes to Canto XVIII 193
  • Canto XIX 197
  • Note to Canto XIX 211
  • Canto XX 213
  • Notes to Canto XX 227
  • Canto XXI 229
  • Notes to Canto XXI 247
  • Additional Notes. 251
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