The Annotated Molinari

An Annotated Edition of Molinari's Le Soirées de la rue Saint-Lazare (1849), with Notes, Texts, and Glossaries

Created: 7 July, 2017
Revised: 8 July, 2017

Gustave de Molinari (1819-1912) TP of Les Soirées Claude Monet "Trains at Saint-Lazare Station" (1870?)

Introduction | Contents | Texts by Molinari | Reader's Guides to his Works

Introduction

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The Reasons behind this Design

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Links to main collection of texts at the OLL website will be indicated with this symbol: OLL (clicking on which will open a new browser window), and links to Molinari's text at this website by this symbol: TAM (you will stay on this page).

Some abbreviations used:

Guide to Navigation:

A Warning: links to material on the OLL website (so outside this page) are best viewed by right/control clicking the link and opening it in a new tab or window.

 

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Contents and Section 1

About Molinari (these files load by default when the page is first opened):

Section 1 (top right) will display:

Section 2 (top middle section): Notes, text, glossaries

Section 3 (bottom middle section): French versions of the book

Section 4 (bottom section): about the life and thought of GdM

 

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Section 2: Molinari's Text with Notes and Glossaries

[Left: Endnotes; Middle: Brief Bio and Text; Right: Glossaries, Further Aspects, Bibliography, Note on the Sources]

["Molinari's Preface" and "S11" have all the cross references in place as proof of concept.]

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Section 3: French versions of the Book

[Left: facs. PDF, Coppet PDF edition; Right: French HTML version]

[An image of the book's title page loads by default - click Facsimile PDF to load whole book]

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Section 4: Guides to the Life and Thought of Molinari

[Left: Picture of GdM, Endnotes; Right: The Economic Thought of Gustave de Molinari, 1845-1855 | Brief Bio | Liberty Matters discussion | The Life of Jacques Bonhomme, A Printer | Further Aspects of GdM's Thought | A Chronology of GdM's Life | A Chronology of the Second Republic (1848-52)]

 

 

 

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