Staël, Germaine de: Principal Works
GERMAINE DE STAËL: PRINCIPAL WORKS
Lettres sur les ouvrages et le caractère de J. J. Rousseau [Letters on the Works and Character of J. J. Rousseau] (essays) 1788
Jane Grey, tragédie en cinq actes et en vers (verse drama) 1790
Réflexions sur le procés de la Reine, par une Femme [Reflections on the Trial of a Queen, by a Woman] (essay) 1793
De l'influence des passions [A Treatise on the Influence of the Passions upon the Happiness of Individuals and Nations] (essays) 1796
De la littérature considérée dans ses rapports avec les institutions sociales [A Treatise on Ancient and Modern Literature] (criticism) 1800; also published as The Influence of Literature upon Society 1813
Delphine (novel) 1802
Corinne; ou, L'Italie [Corinne; or, Italy] (novel) 1807
De l'Allemagne 3 vols. [Germany] (history and criticism) 1810
Considérations sur les principaux événemens de la Révolution française, [Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution] (criticism) 1818
Dix Années d'Exil [Ten Years' Exile] (memoirs) 1818
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