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Eustache LENOBLE & Marie jeanne Villandon de LHERITIER L'Allée de la seringue ou les Noyers, poème hérosatyrique en 4 chants, par M. D******. La Fradine, ou les Ongles rognez . L'heresie détruite, poeme héroïque. [Ensemble] Le triomphe de Madame Des-Houlieres, receue dixième muse au Parnasse

Eustache LENOBLE & Marie jeanne Villandon de LHERITIER

L'Allée de la seringue ou les Noyers, poème hérosatyrique en 4 chants, par M. D******. La Fradine, ou les Ongles rognez . L'heresie détruite, poeme héroïque. [Ensemble] Le triomphe de Madame Des-Houlieres, receue dixième muse au Parnasse

Chez Eugene Alethophile, chez Claude Mazuel, à Francheville, à Paris 1694, In 12 (9x15cm), 47, 44, 60pp. (1) , (2bc) (2) 24pp., relié.


first editions of these two works. Rare. Heresy is destroyed rated second edition. Full contemporary calf. Back tooled raised the Grotesque. Part of title in red morocco. Nets border on covers. Gilt edges. Upper cap threadbare. Upper joint split in head and lower joint split tail. A dark spot on the lower flat. Recent handwritten notes on the first page, stating that the driveway of the syringe, a satirical poem, is in imitation of the Lectern Boileau, the Fradine is also a satire against an apothecary, and destroyed the heresy a celebration of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The last text in prose is a strange staging gods of Parnassus and symbols of literature that will crown Ms. Deshoulières tenth muse. The text is dedicated to miss the Scudery in competition with madapme Deshoulières because she also wanted a muse letters. Eustache Lenoble (1643-1711), Baron Tenelière is well known for his political satires and other curious productions he has produced (most of his works are rare). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

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