The Whole Prose Romances of François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire: Micromegas. Candide; or, Optimism. The world as it goes. The white and the black. Jeannot and Colin. The history of the travels of Scarmentado. The white bull. Memnon; or, Human wisdom. Plato's dream. Bababec and the fakirs. The two consoled ones
Walpole Press, printed for subscribers only, 1900
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