Manon Lescaut

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New American Library, 1961 - French fiction - 191 pages
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This is the foundation for every tragic love story. - Goodreads
Great story, unsatisfying ending. - Goodreads
The writing isn't bad. - Goodreads
But I'm not sure this is a love story. - Goodreads
Love story from the point of view of the man. - Goodreads
That IS a quality love story - Goodreads

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This was one of the mandatory books for my French Literature (XVIII century) class and I feel so empty. I'm impressed because not only did I actually read the book for obligation (I hate doing that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Avis Black - Goodreads

I got tired long ago with 'classics' in which the whole point is men's obsession with women's sexuality. It seems like every French novel from the 1800s has this tiresome trope. 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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