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Jean de La Bruyère (, , ; 16 August 1645 – 11 May 1696) was a French philosopher and moralist, who was noted for his satire. In 1688 he published

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by La Bruyere, Jean de, 1645-1696
London : printed, and sold by A. Bettesworth, W. Taylor, and J. Batley; J. Wyat and C. Rivington; [and 3 others in London], 1723
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Uniform title: Caractères. English
by La Bruyère, Jean de, 1645-1696
London : Printed for John Bullord, and sold by John Nicholson, at the Kings Arms in Little Britain; and Tho. Newborough, at the Golden Ball in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1700
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Uniform title: Caracteres. English
by La Bruyere, Jean de, 1645-1696
London : Printed for John Bullord and sold by Matt. Gilliflower ... Ben. Tooke ... Christopher Bateman ... and Richard Parker ..., 1699
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Uniform title: Caractères. English
by La Bruyère, Jean de, 1645-1696
London : Printed for John Bullord and sold by Matt. Gilliflower ... Ben. Tooke ... Christopher Bateman ... and Richard Parker ..., 1699
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Uniform title: Caractères. English
by La Bruyère, Jean de, 1645-1696
London : Printed for John Bullord, and sold by John Nicholson, at the Kings Arms in Little Britain; and Tho. Newborough, at the Golden Ball in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1700
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by La Bruyere, Jean de, 1645-1696
Paris : Hachette, 1865-1882
 
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