Œuvres de 1750-1752 (II)

Author: Voltaire

Volume: 32B

Series: Œuvres complètes de Voltaire

Volume Editors: David Beeson, Theodore Besterman, Nicholas Cronk, Olivier Ferret, Claude Lauriol, H. T. Mason, Roland Mortier, Ralph Nablow, Thomas Wynn

Publication Date: 2007

Pages: 402

ISBN: 978-0-7294-0843-1

Price: £105


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This volume brings together Voltaire’s writings from 1750-1752, penned before his break with Frederick the Great marked the end of his stay in Berlin. Ranging from philosophical poetry to military strategy and satire, these texts and commentaries reveal the full extent of Voltaire’s intellectual interests. They also highlight his place within an Enlightenment network of (often temporary) allies, such as Frederick the Great, and sworn enemies, notably La Beaumelle and Maupertuis.

Table of contents

Défense de Milord Bolingbroke (Edition critique par Roland Mortier) Voltaire’s commentary on Frederick’s poem ‘L’Art de la guerre’ (Critical edition by Theodore Besterman) Mémoires sur La Beaumelle (Editions critiques par Claude Lauriol) Poème sur la loi naturelle (Critical edition by Haydn T. Mason and Thomas Wynn) ‘Extrait’ de la Bibliothèque raisonnée. Voltaire’s review of the ‘ Œuvres de M. de Maupertuis ‘ (Critical edition by David Beeson) Appendice 1: Texte attribué à Voltaire: Le Tombeau de la Sorbonne (Présenté par Olivier Ferret) Appendice 2: La ‘ Connaissance des beautés’ de Durand (Présenté par Nicholas Cronk)

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