Manon Lescaut

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New American Library, 1961 - 191 pages
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User Review  - stuart10er - LibraryThing

Frustrating novel of two lovers who cannot agree as to the ground rules of their relationship. Manon, an uncommonly attrative common girl, is swept up by the Chevalier Des Grieux. Their romance is ... Read full review

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User Review  - aoibhealfae - LibraryThing

Deeply misogynist, self-centered and completely idiotic singular narration, Manon Lescaut are possibly one of the worst novel I had ever encounter in French literature. Considering, I have read a lot ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Donald M Frame
vii
A Note on Money Values xv
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Story of Manon Lescaut
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Copyright

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