George Ticknor (1791-1871)

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M. G. Ticknor (1791-1871)


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  • Histoire de la littérature espagnole

    Material description : 3 vol.
    Edition : 1864-1872 Paris A. Durand. - puis Hachette et Cie
    Traducteur : Joseph Germain Magnabal (1819-1894)
    Auteur du commentaire : Pascual Gayangos y Arce (1809-1897)
    Annotateur : Enrique de Vedia

    3 digitized documents Volume 1 - Volume 2 - Volume 3
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  • L'Ancien théâtre espagnol [extr. de l'Histoire de la littérature espagnole]

    Material description : Paginé 349-370
    Note : Note : Extr. de revue (S. l. n. d.)
    Edition : [S. l. n. d.]

  • Diarios de viaje por España

    Material description : 1 vol. (216 p.)
    Note : Note : Publ. for the first time in Spanish The EAN on back cover, 978-84-939308-1-3, is incorrect Includes bibliographical references
    Edition : 2012 Zaragoza Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza

  • George Ticknor's Travels in Spain, edited by George Tyler Northup,...

    Material description : In-4° , 52 p.
    Note : Note : University of Toronto studies. Philological series. No. 2
    Edition : 1913 Toronto the University library

  • Geschichte der schönen Literatur in Spanien... 2. Band

    Material description : In-8°
    Edition : 1852 Leipzig

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  • Life of William Hickling Prescott / by George Ticknor, 1968 (reprod. de l'éd. de 1904)
  • CORC (2003-06-24)

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  • M. G. Ticknor (1791-1871)

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