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Mirabelle of Pampeluna. by. Yver, Colette, b. 1874; Smith, Lucy Humphrey.
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com: Mirabelle of Pampeluna. Translated by Lucy Humphrey Smith. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1919. 177 pp. 12mo, publisher's cloth-backed decorated boards in dust jacket. A fine attractive copy in a jacket with a few tiny chips and light use. A novel involving a bookseller. From Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA (Rochester, NY, . Association Member: ABAA. Price: US$ 3. 0 Convert Currency.
Colette Yver (28 July 1874 – 17 March 1953) was a French Roman Catholic writer from Normandy, the winner of the 1907 Prix Femina for her work Princesses de science. The daughter of a civil servant transferred to Rouen shortly after her birth, Colette Yver was a prolific writer who began publishing, from the age of eighteen, novels for the "Bibliothèque morale de la jeunesse" at Mégard in Rouen
Colette Yver (1874–1953) Mirabelle of Pampeluna (1919) Translated from the French by Lucy Humphrey Smith (1869–1939). An antiquary in Paris tells two young women about the medieval romance of Mirabelle of Pampeluna
Colette Yver (1874–1953) Mirabelle of Pampeluna (1919) Translated from the French by Lucy Humphrey Smith (1869–1939). But it is August 1914 and their world is about to chang. made this from a scan at The Internet Archive.
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