1618, French, Book edition: Le champion des femmes, qui soustient qu'elles sont plus nobles, plus parfaites et en tout plus vertueuses que les hommes, contre un certain misogynès, anonyme auteur et inventeur de "l'Imperfection et malice des femmes". Par le chevalier de L'Escale L'Escale, Chevalier de

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  • 191 f. , in-12, application/​pdf
  • text
  • monographie imprimée
  • printed monograph
Published
  • Vve M. Guillemot (Paris)
  • 1618
Language
  • French

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Title
  • Le champion des femmes, qui soustient qu'elles sont plus nobles, plus parfaites et en tout plus vertueuses que les hommes, contre un certain misogynès, anonyme auteur et inventeur de "l'Imperfection et malice des femmes". Par le chevalier de L'Escale
Author
  • L'Escale, Chevalier de
Published
  • Vve M. Guillemot (Paris)
  • 1618
Physical Description
  • 191 f. , in-12, application/​pdf
  • text
  • monographie imprimée
  • printed monograph
Notes
Source
  • Bibliothèque nationale de France
Terms of Use
  • domaine public,public domain
Language
  • French
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