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  • ISBN: 978-2-406-09172-1
  • ISSN: 2258-3556
  • DOI: 10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-09172-1.p.0299
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BIBLIOGRAPHIE DES ÉDITIONS
DE POMPEY THE LITTLE

ÉDITIONS ORIGINALES

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, Mary Cooper, 1751. Whitefish : Kessinger Publishing, 2009. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Second Edition, London, Mary Cooper, 1751.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Dublin, George Faulkner, 1751.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Third Edition, London, Mary Cooper, 1752. Gale Ecco, 2010. Online. University of Chicago. Internet. Disponible FTP : Penelope.uchicago.edu/pompey :index.shtml.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Fourth Edition, Dublin, George Faulkner, 1753.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Fourth Edition, London, Robert Dodsley, 1761.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, 1773.

TRADUCTIONS

Toussaint, François-Vincent, La Vie et les avantures du petit Pompée, histoire critique traduite de langlois par M. Toussaint, Amsterdam, Marc Michel Rey, 1752.

Toussaint, François-Vincent, La Vie et les avantures du petit Pompée, histoire critique traduite de langlois par M. Toussaint, Londres [i. e. Paris, Michel-Étienne II David], 1752.

Dusch, Johann Jacob. Der Schosshund : Ein komisches Heldengedicht in 9 Büchem, Altona, Iversen, 1756.

Gozzi, Gasparo, Avventure di Lillo cagnuolo Bolognese, storia critica e galante, tradotta dallinglese, Venezia, presso Antonio Zatta, 1760.

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Ivanov, Gour, Zhizn i prikliuchen iia Malaiu Pompé. St Petersburg, typographie de lAcadémie des Sciences, 1766.

Jünger, Johann Friedrich, Der kleine Cäsar, Leipzig, Dystichen, 1782.

Briel, J. H. D., Histoire du petit Pompée, ou la Vie et les aventures dun chien de dame, imitée de langlois par J. H. D. B****, Paris, Couturier, 1784.

Lindh, Johan Pehr, Lilla Pompe, eller En knähunds lefnads-lopp. Af hr Coventry. Ôfversâttning fran engelskan, Stockolm, 1797.

ÉDITIONS À LA FIN DU xixe SIÈCLE ET AU xixe SIÈCLE

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, with Plates, The Novelists Magazine, London, Harrison & Co., 1785, vol. 19.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little et The Correspondence of Theodosius and Constantia, before and after her Taking the Veil. Enfans de lOisivete-Chaulieu. By Dr. Langhorne. With the Life of the Author, London, Cooke, 1790.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Novelists Magazine, Embellished with superb engravings, London, Cooke, 1799.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, The Novelists Magazine, London, Cooke, 1800.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, By Mr Coventry. The Vicar of Wakefield… By Dr. Goldsmith, British Novelists, London, Rivington, 1810, vol. 23.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, By Mr Coventry. The Vicar of Wakefield… By Dr. Goldsmith, British Novelists, London, Rivington, 1820, vol. 23.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, J. Limbird, 1824.

ÉDITIONS MODERNES

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, éd. critique par Arundell del Re, Waltham Saint Lawrence, Golden Cockerel Press, 1926.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, 1st ed., London, Mary Cooper at the Globe, Jan. or Feb. 1751. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, General Books, 2009, 122 p.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, 2d ed. London, Robert Dodsley, 1751. Whitefish, Kessinger Publishing, 2009. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Dublin, George Faulkner, 1751. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Revised 3rd ed. London, Robert Dodsley, 1752. Gale Ecco, 2010. Online. University of Chicago. Internet. Disponible FTP : Penelope.uchicago.edu/pompey :index.shtml.

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Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Dublin, G. Faulkner, 1753. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, R. Dodsley, 1761. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, 1773. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, London, C. Cooke, 1799, 156. Gale Ecco, 2010.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Charleston, BiblioBazaar, LLC, 2010, 288 p.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Charleston, BiblioBazaar, LLC, 2010, 290 p.

Coventry, Francis, The History of Pompey the Little, Gale Ecco, 84 p.

Day, Robert Adams, The History of Pompey the Little, Oxford, OUP, 1974.

Day, Robert Adams, The History of Pompey the Little, Routledge, Taylor & Francis, 1975.

Donais, René, Un chien perdu à lâge des lumières : le petit Pompée / Francis Coventry, trad. François-Vincent Toussaint, ouvrage illustré dun frontispice et de cinq thaumatropes gravés en taille-douce par René Donais, Montréal, René Donais, 1998.

Hudson, Nicholas, The History of Pompey the Little, Peterborough, Broadview Press, 2008.

AUTRES ŒUVRES DE FRANCIS COVENTRY

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Anon., An Essay on the New Species of Writing Founded by Mr. Fielding : With a Word or Two upon the Modern State of Criticism, éd. critique par Alan D. McKillop, Augustan Reprint Society, vol. 95, Los Angeles, Clark Memorial Library, Univ. of California, 1962.

Anon., An Essay on the New Species of Writing Founded by Mr. Fielding : With a Word or Two upon the Modern State of Criticism, The History of Pompey the Little, ed. Nicholas Hudson, Peterborough, Broadview Press, 2008, p. 231-36.

Coventry, Francis, “An Essay on Gardening”, The World, vol. 15, 12 April 1753, p. 15.

Coventry, Francis, “An Essay on Gardening”, British Essayists, vol. 26, ed. Alexander Chalmers, London, Longman and Rees, 1802.

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Coventry, Francis, “An Essay on Gardening” in John Duxon Hunt and Peter Willis, The Genius of the Place ; The English Landscape Garden 1620-1820, London, 1975, p. 274-82.

Coventry, Francis, “Inscription for the Famous Oak at Penshurst, the Sydney Family Estate”, A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, London, Dodsley, 1782, vol. 4.

Coventry, Francis, Preface to Philemon to Hydaspes : Or the History of False Religion in the Earlier Pagan World : Related in a Series of Conversations by Henry Coventry, Esq, London, Daniel Browne, 1753.

Coventry, Francis, “Ode to the Honourable ****”, A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, London, Dodsley, 1758, vol. 6, p. 225-26.

Coventry, Francis, “Penshurst. Inscribed to William Perry, Esq. ; and the Honourable Mrs. Elizabeth Perry”, A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes, London, Dodsley, 1750, vol. 13/15, p. 3-13.

Coventry, Francis, “Penshurst. Inscribed to William Perry, Esq. ; and the Honourable Mrs. Elizabeth Perry”, A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes, London, Dodsley, 1782, vol. 4, p. 54-55.

Coventry, Francis, “To the Honourable Wilmot Vaughan, in Wales. » A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes”, London, Dodsley, 1782, vol. 4, p. 67-69.

Coventry, Francis, “The Dedication to Fielding” et “A Dissertation upon Nothing Book 1, Chap. 1”, Prefaces to three Eighteenth-Century Novels (1708, 1751, 1797) / selected, éd. critique par Claude E. Jones, Augustan Reprint Society, Los Angeles, Clark Memorial Library, Univ. of Ca., 1957.

ŒUVRES ET TRAITÉS DE LANTIQUITÉ

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ŒUVRES ET TRAITÉS DU xiiie SIÈCLE

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ŒUVRES ET TRAITÉS
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ŒUVRES ET TRAITÉS DU xviiie SIÈCLE

Addison, Joseph, and Robert Steele, The Spectator, ed. D. Bond, Oxford, OUP, vol. 2, 1965, p. 320.

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Anon., The Life of Nicholas Mooney, London, 1750.

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Bewick, Thomas, A General History of Quadrupeds, 1790, London, Ward Lock, 1970, p. 325. 

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Blackmore, Richard, Creation, Philosophical Poem Demonstrating the Existence of God, Dublin, S. Powell, 1727.

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Pope, Alexander, The Works of Alexander Pope. In Nine Volumes Complete. With His Last Corrections, Additions and Improvements, as They Were Delivered to the Editor a Little Before his Death… Together with the Commentaries and Notes of Mr Warburton, ed. William Warburton, London, Knapton, 1751.

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Crequi, Marquise de, Souvenirs de la Marquise de Créqui de 1710 à 1803, Paris, H. L Delloye, 1840.

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Dahl, Roald, “Dick Whittington and his Cat”, Rhyme Stew, London, Jonathan Cape, 1989.

Strachey, Lytton, Eminent Victorians, London, Chatto and Windus, 1918.

Woolf, Virginia, Flush : A Biography, [1933], ed. Kate Flint, Oxford, OUP, 2009.

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McClure, Ruth, Corams Children : The London Foundling Hospital in the Eighteenth Century, New Haven, Yale UP, 1981.

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Meeker, Richard Kilburn, “Experiments in Point of View : Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Narrators in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel”, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1955.

Melville, Lewis, Bath under Beau Nash — and After, London, Nash & Grayson, 1926.

Paulson, Ronald, Popular and Polite Art in the Age of Hogarth and Fielding, Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press, 1979.

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Shyllon, Folarin O., Black Slaves in Britain, Oxford, OUP, 1974.

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ARTICLES ET CORRESPONDANCE
DU xviiie ET DU xixe SIÈCLE

Anon., The Gentlemans Magazine, March 1751, xxi, 43.

Anon., London Evening Post (6-8 Feb. 1752), 3d ed.).

Anon., The Critical Review, or Annals of Literature, London, A. Hamilton, 1766.

Anon., Novelists Magazine 19 (1785).

Anon., “Beauty : The Two Beautiful Misses Gunning”, Every Womans Encyclopaedia, London, Amalgamated Press, 1910, vol. 1, p. 20.

Barbauld, Anna, The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson, London, Richard Phillips, 1804, vol. 4, p. 159.

Cleland, John. The Monthly Review [1751], Benjamin C. Nangle, The Monthly Review : First Series, 1934, vol. 4, p. 316-17, p. 329-37, p. 457-65.

Halsband, Robert, The Complete Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Oxford, OUP, 1967, vol. 3.

Lewis, Wilmarth S., Horace Walpoles Correspondence with Thomas Gray, Yale UP, 1948, vol. 2, p. 48.

Llanover, Lady, The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany, London, Richard Bentley, 1861, vol. 3, p. 26.

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Maty, Mathieu, Journal Britannique, La Haye, H. Scheurleer, 1751, vol. 4, p. 430-31.

Maty, Mathieu, Journal Britannique, La Haye, H. Scheurleer, 1751, vol. 5, p. 281-90.

Nichols, John, Biographical and Literary Anecdotes of William Bowyer, Printer, FSA, London, Nichols, 1782, p. 362n.

Orbilius, An Examen of the History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, London, W. Owen, 1750.

Saint Léger, Mercier de. « Particularités sur la vie de labbé Torche, poète, romancier et traducteur du dernier siècle ; notice de quelques-uns de ses ouvrages, en particulier de son Chien de Boulogne. » Le magasin encyclopédique 3 (1798) : 183-98.

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Toynbee, Mrs Paget, The Letters of Horace Walpole, Fourth Earl of Orford, Oxford, Clarendon, 1903.

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Albaric-Lévy, Elsa, « Éléments pluriels dune unité opérale : les préfaces des traducteurs de Pompey the Little », Palimpsestes ; Quand les traducteurs prennent la parole : préfaces et paratextes traductifs, Paris, Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2018, vol. 31, p. 116-32.

Anon., “Coventry, Henry”, DNB, Oxford, OUP, 2004.

Appadurai, Arjun, “Commodities and the Politics of Value”, The Social Life of Things, Cambridge, CUP, 1986, p. 3-63.

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Bowers, Terence, “Reconstituting the National Body in Smolletts Travels through France and Italy”, Eighteenth-Century Life, 1997, vol. 21.

Campbell, Jill, “Domestic Intelligence : Newspaper Advertising and the Eighteenth-Century Novel”, The Yale Journal of Criticism, 2002, vol. 15, p. 251-52.

Coffin, David R., “Venus in the Eighteenth-Century English Garden”, Garden History, 2000, vol. 28, p. 173-93

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Lamb, Jonathan, “Modern Metamorphoses and Disgraceful Tales”, Critical Enquiry, 2001, vol. 28, p. 153.

Lamb, Jonathan, “The Crying of Lost Things”, ELH, 2004, vol. 71, p. 949-67.

Lane, Joan, “Coventry [Gunning], Maria, countess of Coventry”, DNB, Oxford, OUP, 2004, p. 733-34.

Matthew, H. C. G. and Brian Harrison, « Maria Gunning », Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford, OUP, 2004, vol. 13.

Meeker, Richard Kilburn, « Banknote, Corkscrew, Flea and Sedan : A Checklist of Eighteenth-Century Fiction”, The Library Chronicle, 1969, vol. 35, p. 52-57.

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ILLUSTRATIONS

ILLUSTRATIONS DE POMPÉE LE PETIT
(reproductions dans Albaric, 2012, p. 605-15)

Anon., « Hillario faisant ses adieux à la courtisane » dans Coventry, 1785.

Anon., « Mr Rhymer rentre chez lui avec Pompée » dans Coventry, 1785.

Anon, « Pompée dans St Jamess Park lorsquil est découvert par la fille Vincent » dans Coventry, 1800.

Anon, “The Miserable Treatment of Pompey by the Children of Captain Vincent” dans Coventry, 1800.

Anon, “Pompey Presented to the Notice of Sir Thomas and Lady Frippery” dans Coventry, 1800.

Anon, « Pompée étudiant les Chroniques de Baker et Mopsa les Festivals de Nelson » dans Gozzi, 1760.

Boitard, Louis-Philippe, « Pompey the Little », gravure, dans Coventry, 1751.

Chodowiecki, Daniel, « Hillario et la courtisane italienne en chenille » dans Jünger, 1782, p. 29.

Chodowiecki, Daniel, « Assemblée de méthodistes » dans Jünger, 1782, p. 154.

Chodowiecki, Daniel, « Le réveil dAurora » dans Jünger, 1782, p. 130.

Geyser, Chrétien-Théophile, « Lenterrement de Pompée » dans Jünger, 1782, frontispice.

June, John, A Description of the Miseries of a Garreteer Poet, Taken from the History of Pompey the Little, 20,3 x 27,6 cm [1751], Catalogue of Prints and 317Drawings in the British Museum, London, Print by Order of the Trustees, 1877, div. 1., vol. 3, part 1, no 3114.

AUTRES ILLUSTRATIONS
(reproductions dans Albaric, 2012, p. 616-29).

Anon., « Haria et ses chiens » dans Denis Diderot, Les Bijoux indiscrets, Paris, Durand, 1748.

Anon, An Exact Representation of Maclaine the Highwayman Robbing Lord Eglington on Hounslow Heath on the 26th June, 1750, British Museum.

Anon, Aveugle et son chien, daprès Isaac von Ostade, 1621-49, Musée du Louvre.

Anon, « Chien tourne-broche » dans Jennifer Stead, Food and Cooking in Eighteenth-Century Britain, London, English Heritage, 2001, p. 25.

Fragonard, Jean Honoré, La Gimblette, 1768, Alte Pinakothek, Munich.

Nerciat, André-Robert de, Le Diable au corps, Genève, 1768, p. 15.

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