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Work by: Gomez, Madeleine-Angélique de

TitleLes cent nouvelles nouvelles
Year of first publication:1732
Editions: 1, Paris, veuve Guillaume, 1732
Genres:short story/ies
Language used:French
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Receptions of this work

AuthorTitleGenderReception typeCountryYear
1 Briquet, Marguerite Ursule Fortunée, née Bernier Article dans le Dictionnaire historique [..] F (Literary) history France 1804
2 Graffigny, Françoise de *Lettres à Devaux F Egodocument France 1743
3 ~~author male (name below) Lettre de Wieland a Sophie von La Roche M Egodocument Germany 1780
4 ~~historian of literature (male, name below) Jean Larnac, *Notice dans Histoire de la littérature féminine en France M (Literary) history France 1921
5 ~~historian of literature (male, name below) La Porte, *Art. dans Histoire litt. des femmes françaises M (Literary) history France 1769
6 ~~journalist (name unknown) annonce (de reedition) du texte de Gomez M Women's press: article France 1774
7 ~~reader(s) (gender unknown) Catalogus publieke leesbibliotheek Bakhuyzen U Library catalogue (public) Netherlands 1785
8 ~~reader(s) (gender unknown) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek anoniem U Private collection Netherlands 1780
9 ~~reader(s) (gender unknown) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek 'Un homme de qualité' U Private collection Netherlands 1735
10 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus leesbibliotheek Scheurleer M Library catalogue (public) Netherlands 1751
11 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Catalogue de bibliothèque privée, De Russcher M Private collection Netherlands 1745
12 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Catalogue de bibliothèque privée, Aymon M Private collection Netherlands 1745
13 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Catalogus publieke leesbibliotheek Bakhuyzen M Private collection Netherlands 1791
14 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Van der Haar M Private collection Netherlands 1795
15 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Diodati etc M Private collection Netherlands 1760
16 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Van Heemskerck M Private collection Netherlands 1782
17 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek: Kersseboom M Private collection Netherlands 1772
18 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek le B. de M. M Private collection Netherlands 1748
19 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Gosse M Private collection Netherlands 1791
20 ~~reader(s) male (name below) *Private Library Inventory M Private collection Spain 1770
21 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek J.A.C. M Private collection Netherlands 1764
22 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Saint Hyacinthe M Private collection Netherlands 1760
23 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek de Vogel M Private collection Netherlands 1794
24 ~~reader(s) male (name below) Veilingcatalogus privé-bibliotheek Quaet M Private collection Netherlands 1785
25 ~~translator (name unknown) The Tartarian Prince U Translation published in periodical press England 1804
26 ~~translator (name unknown) Memoirs of the Baron du Tan U Translation England 1744
27 ~~translator (name unknown) Select Novels, Translated From the French of Madame De Gomez, Viz. Effects of Sympathy. Fair Gardener. The Vestal. Clodomark. Sequel to the Vestal. Tartarian Prince. Never before Published U Translation England 1745
28 ~~translator (name unknown) L'Entretien des Beaux Esprits U Translation England 1734
29 ~~translator male (name below) Fortaellinger M Translation Denmark 1833