Reprint of the ed. printed for A. Banks, London, and of the ed. printed by A. C. for W. Hensman, London, respectively.
|Other titles||Remarks upon Remarques. 1974.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||The Life & times of seven major British writers. Drydeniana 2, Drydeniana, 2.|
|LC Classifications||PR3423 .D75 vol. 2, PR3291.A1 .D75 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144, 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||74019021|
Published earlier in the same year with title: Remarques on the humours and conversations of the town. This item appears at reel incorrectly identified as Wing (2nd ed.) L65, and at reel as Wing (2nd ed.) RC. Published earlier in the same year with title: Remarques on the humours and conversations of the town. This item appears at reel incorrectly identified as Wing (2nd ed.)--L65, and at reel as Wing (2nd ed.) RC. Remarques on the humours and conversations of the town written in a letter to Sr. T.L. By S. L. Topics: City and town life -- Controversial literature -- Early works to , Country life -- Early works to , London (England) -- Social life and customs. Himmelstoss also took over the cooking from Ginger, so he brings Paul and his friends food. At rest and full of food, Paul cannot think of the front line. Instead, he recounts who is dead and wounded and tries to use humor to keep his thoughts straight. Kropp and Paul find a theatre poster from a long-since-abandoned theatre.
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