Jean Jules Jusserand

 

From What Me Befell, 1933 by J. J. Jusserand

    [Of childhood]
Autumn was spent at Le Bachelard, a very modest old house, . . . in the midst of the little hamlet formed by the homes, stables, barns and cellars of the peasant families working on the property. The ceilings are supported in ancient fashion by apparent oak beams ; the chief curiosity consists in a wall-paper of large dimensions dating back to the time of the Directoire, and representing pastoral and other scenes in the midst of the imaginary Greek ruins then so much the fashion. When, years and years later, I was sent to Poland at the time of the Bolshevist onslaught, I would go alone, of evenings, to the Lazienki park, and there meditate on how France could best help that country in her direst need. I was there in congenial surroundings, for I had found to my surpries, realized in stone by the last Polish king, Stanislas-Augustus, those same fancy Greek ruins, broken columns, bridges, statues and fountains, pictured on the wall-paper at Le Bachelard.

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    [Constantinople, 1890]
... men of note . . . ;   young, brilliant, handsome Sir Edgar Vincent, British delegate to the Council of the Ottoman Debt, . . with whom thirty years later I was to go to Poland under grave circumstances, he as Lord d'Abernon.

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Boston and New York : Houghton Mifflin 1933.

 

Selected bibliographic

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title What me befell; the reminiscences of J. J. Jusserand ... Publisher London, Constable, 1933. Description xv, 360 p. front., illus. (facsim.) pl., ports. 23 cm. Note Printed in Great Britain.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title What me befell; the reminiscences of J. J. Jusserand ... Publisher London, Constable, 1933. Description xv, 360 p. front., illus. (facsim.) pl., ports. 23 cm. Note Printed in Great Britain.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title Grotius étudié par les secrétaires d'ambassade français en 1711, par J. J. Jusserand. Publisher Leyde, E. J. Brill, 1929. Description 4 p. Series Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden.Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid.Bibliotheca visseriana,t. 8, XIX. Note Cover title. Reprinted from: Leyden. Rijksuniversiteit. Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid. Bibliotheca visseriana ... Ludguni Batavorum, 1929. t. 8, XIX, p. [1]-4. On a passage concerning Grotius in the "Projet d'estude" drawn up for an "Académie de politique" during the reign of Louis XIV. The Projet has been attributed to Torcy, but M. Jusserand ascribes it to the Abbé Legrand. Language French Subject Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645. De jure belli ac pacis libri tres.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title(s) The school for ambassadors, and other essays, by J. J. Jusserand... Publisher New York, London, G. P. Putnam's sons, c1925. Paging vii, 355 p. port. 23 cm. Series Essay index reprint series Notes Bibliographical footnotes. Contents The school for ambassadors.--At the tomb of Petrarch.--"Sainct Treigney ou pais de Gales."--A duke and his city: Vespasiano Gonzaga, duke of Sabbioneta.--Ronsard and his Vendômois.--"Tennis."--Winter's tale.--Ben Jonson's views on Shakespeare's art.--What to expect of Shakespeare.--Appendix: On the possible meeting of Chaucer and Petrarch

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title Brothers in arms, a new edition of "With Americans of past and present days", with a new chapter "On Lafayette's birthday" / by J. J. Jusserand. Publisher Chautauqua, New York : The Chautauqua press, 1919. Description xiii, 3-350 p. ; 21 cm. Series Chautauqua home reading series Note Paris edition (Hachette & cie) has title: En Amer̲ique jadis & maintenant. Contents Dedication.--Preface to new edition.--Rochambeau and the French in America, from unpublished documents.--Major L'Enfant and the federal city.--Washington and the French.--Abraham Lincoln.--The Franklin medal.--On Lafayette's birthday and the anniversary of the Marne.--From war to peace.

Title Forest preservation and national prosperity. Portions of addresses delivered at the American forest congress, January 2 to 6, 1905, by President Roosevelt, Ambassador Jusserand, Secretary Wilson, and others. Publisher [Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1905] Description 31 p. 23 cm.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title A literary history of the English people, from the origins to the renaissance, by J.J. Juserand. Publisher New York, G.P. Putnam's sone. 1895 Description xxii, 545 p. 11 front. 23 cm O. Contents book 1. The origin--book 2. The French invasion--book 2. England to the English

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Adrien Antoine Jules) Title A literary history of the English people Publisher London : Fisher Unwin, 1895-1926

Author Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine Jules, 1855-1932. Title English essays from a French pen; by J.J. Jusserand ... Publisher London, T.F. Unwin, 1895. Description 215, [1] p. front., 3 pl., port. 19 cm. Note "The 'Journeys' to Scotland and to England, first published in the 'Nineteenth century', and the essay on Paul Scarron, printed as an introduction to 'The comical romance and other tales ... 1892'." Note Includes bibliographical references. Contents I. The forbidden pastimes of a recluse (England, XIIth century) [On Saint Ethelred's Regula sive Institutio inclusarum]--II. A journey to Scotland in the year 1435 [Regnault Girard's account of the French embassy to bring back Princess Margaret]--III. Paul Scarron.--IV. A journey to England in the year 1663 [Sorbières's Relation d'un voyage en Angleterre. 1664]--V. One more document concerning Voltaire's visit to England.--Appendix. 1. Mediæval shipping. 2. A note by Esprit Cabart de Villermont, concerning Scarron and his wife. 3. A description of Hatfield by Samuel de Sorbières, 1663. 4. French text of a letter by Count de Broglie concerning Voltaire's "Henriade", 1727.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Uniform Title [ Les Anglais au moyen age. English] Title Piers Plowman; a contribution to the history of English mysticism; by J. J. Jusserand; translated from the French by M. E. R. Rev. and enl. by the author. Illustrated. Publisher London : T. Fisher Unwin, 1894. Description 262 p. front., illus., plates. 23 cm. Note A translation of the author's "Les Anglais au moyen age. L'eìpopeìe mystique de William Langland", by Marion and Elise Richards. cf. Paris, Bibl. nat.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title The English novel in the time of Shakespeare, by J.J. Jusserand ... tr. from the French by Elizabeth Lee; rev. and enl. by the author .. Publisher London : T.F. Unwin, 1890. Description 433, [1] p. front., illus., plates, ports. 23 cm.

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title English wayfaring life in the middle ages (XIVth century) by J. J. Jusserand, tr. from the French by Lucy Toulmin Smith. Publisher new York London, Putnam's, 1889. Description 451 p. illus., facsims., plates. 23cm. Note "The author has profited by the occasion afforded him by this translation to revise the text of his book (which appeared in 1884), to introduce some necessary corrections, and to add about a fourth of new matter."-- Pref. Language English

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title Le roman au temps de Shakespeare par J. J. Jusserand. Publisher Paris : C. Delagrave, 1887. Description 210 p. 18 cm. Language French

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title Le roman anglais; origine et formation des grandes eìcoles de romanciers du XVIIIe sieÌcle. Leçon d'ouverture du cours de langues et de litteìrature d'origine germanique au ColleÌge de France; par J. J. Jusserand. Publisher Paris : E. Leroux, 1886. Description 70 p. 17 cm. Language French

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title Le theìâtre en Angleterre depuis la conquête jusqu'aux preì-deìcesseurs immeìdiats de Shakespeare; par J.J. Jusserand ... Edition 2. eìd. Publisher Paris : E. Leroux, 1881. Description 4 p. L., 350 p. 20 cm. Note First edition, 1878. Language French

Author Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932. Title De Josepho Exoniensi vel Iscano : accedunt De bello trojano poematis liber I, necnon notulae, saeculo XIII conscriptae, nunc primum e codice manuscripto in Nationali Bibliotheca asservato, depromptae / J. J. Jusserand. Publisher Paris : Hachette, 1877. Description 138 p. ; 22 cm. Language French

 

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