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Work by: Navarre, Marguerite de

TitleHeptaméron ou histoire des amans fortunez
Year of first publication:1558
Editions: Rouen, 1598
Genres:short story/ies
Language used:French
Presence in public libraries: Universiteitsbibliotheek Leiden (UBL)
Relevant weblinks:
online text in Early Modern French Women Writers

Receptions of this work

AuthorTitleGenderReception typeCountryYear
1 Duplessy, Madame *Correspondance avec sa fille F Egodocument France 1760
2 Popović, Anđelija *Mention in article: Znatnije književnice u stranih naroda/Important Foreign Women Writers F Mention Serbia 1896
3 ~Swederus (owner of library) *Presence in Swederus Catalogue U Library catalogue (public) Sweden 1785
4 ~~author male (name below) La Fontaine, La Servante justifiée M Intertextuality France
5 ~~author male (name below) P. Jacquinet, *Mention in Femmes de France M Bio-bibliogr. compilation France 1886
6 ~~author male (name below) Pierre Bayle, *Quote M To be specified Netherlands 1700
7 ~~author male (name below) Beverwijck, Johan van, Van de wtnementheyt des vrouwelicken geslachts M Bio-bibliogr. compilation Netherlands 1639
8 ~~author male (name below) Brantôme, Les Dames Galantes M Intertextuality France 1580
9 ~~historian of literature (male, name below) Kalff, *Mention in Gesch. der Nederlandsche Letterkunde M Mention Netherlands 1907
10 ~~historian of literature (male, name below) Worp, *Mention in Gesch. van het drama [...] in Nederland M Mention Netherlands 1903
11 ~~reader(s) (gender unknown) Catalogus publieke leesbibliotheek Bakhuyzen U Library catalogue (public) Netherlands 1791
12 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek P. van Assendelft & P. de Veer M Private collection Netherlands 1765
13 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Antonii Gibson M Private collection Netherlands 1715
14 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Hennin M Private collection Netherlands 1705
15 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek: Michel & Roe M Private collection Netherlands 1774
16 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Van der Haar M Private collection Netherlands 1795
17 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek P. van Assendelft & P. de Veer M Private collection Netherlands 1765
18 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek De Bada M Private collection Netherlands 1727
19 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Catalogus privé-bibliotheek Gentilet M Private collection Netherlands 1724
20 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek M. O** M Private collection Netherlands 1767
21 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek: Rosenboom, Carolus M Private collection Netherlands 1722
22 ~~translator (name unknown) The queen of Navarres tales U Translation England 1597
23 ~~translator male (name below) Heptameron or the history of the fortunate lovers; translated Robert Codrington M Translation England 1654