The Works of Voltaire: A Contemporary Version [Dramas: Merope; Olympia; the Orphan of China; Brutus] - Vol. 15

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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 HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT DESIGNS, COMPRISING REPRODUCTIONS
OF RARE OLD ENGRAVINGS, STEEL PLATES, PHOTOGRAVURES,
AND CURIOUS FAC-SIMILES

VOLUME XV

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

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Works of Voltaire - Edition de la Pacification *
  • The Works of Voltaire - A Contemporary Version *
  • Contents *
  • List of Plates *
  • Dramatis Personæ *
  • Act 1. Scene I 29
  • Scene II 32
  • Scene III 35
  • Scene IV 39
  • Act II. Scene I 41
  • Scene II 45
  • Scene III 50
  • Scene IV 51
  • Scene V 52
  • Scene VI 54
  • Scene VII 56
  • Act III. Scene I 56
  • Scene II 57
  • Scene III 60
  • Scene IV 60
  • Scene V 66
  • Scene VI 69
  • Act IV. Scene I 72
  • Scene II 75
  • Scene III 82
  • Scene IV 83
  • Scene V 83
  • Act V. Scene I 85
  • Scene II 87
  • Scene III 89
  • Scene IV 90
  • Scene V 92
  • Scene VI 94
  • Scene VII 97
  • Scene VIII 98
  • Olympia *
  • Dramatis Personæ *
  • Scene I 101
  • Scene II 103
  • Scene III 110
  • Scene IV 111
  • Scene V 113
  • Act II. Scene I 115
  • Scene II 116
  • Scene III 122
  • Scene IV 125
  • Scene V 128
  • Scene VI 129
  • Act III. Scene I 130
  • Scene II 132
  • Scene III 134
  • Scene IV 138
  • Scene V 139
  • Scene VI 142
  • Act IV. Scene I 146
  • Scene II 147
  • Scene III 149
  • Scene IV 151
  • Scene VI 156
  • Scene VII 157
  • Scene VIII 158
  • Act V. Scene I 160
  • Scene II 162
  • Scene III 163
  • Scene IV 167
  • Scene V 168
  • Scene VI 169
  • Scene the Last 171
  • Dramatis Personæ *
  • The Orphan of China 175
  • Act I. Scene I 181
  • Scene II 184
  • Scene III 186
  • Scene IV 188
  • Scene V 188
  • Scene VI 190
  • Scene VIII 193
  • Act II. Scene I 194
  • Scene II 194
  • Scene III 195
  • Scene IV 199
  • Scene V 199
  • Scene VI 200
  • Scene VII 202
  • Act III. Scene I 204
  • Scene II 205
  • Scene III 207
  • Scene IV 210
  • Scene V 213
  • Scene VI 213
  • Act IV. Scene I 215
  • Scene II 215
  • Scene III 217
  • Scene IV 218
  • Scene V 222
  • Scene VI 223
  • Act V. Scene I 225
  • Scene II 227
  • Scene III 228
  • Scene IV 228
  • Scene V 232
  • Scene VI 235
  • Brutus *
  • Dramatis Personæ *
  • Act I. Scene I 239
  • Scene II 242
  • Scene III 248
  • Scene IV 249
  • Act II. Scene I 253
  • Scene II 257
  • Scene III 261
  • Scene IV 262
  • Scene V 265
  • Act III. Scene I 265
  • Scene II 267
  • Scene III 270
  • Scene IV 272
  • Scene V 273
  • Scene VI 277
  • Scene VII 279
  • Scene VIII 282
  • Act IV. Scene I 283
  • Scene II 285
  • Scene III 286
  • Scene IV 290
  • Scene V 290
  • Scene VI 291
  • Scene VII 292
  • Scene VIII 294
  • Act V. Scene I 295
  • Scene II 297
  • Scene III 298
  • Scene IV 300
  • Scene V 300
  • Scene VI 303
  • Scene VII 304
  • Scene VIII 307
  • Scene the Last 307
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