Excerpt from Books of Reference for Students Teachers of French: A Critical SurveyThe manuscript of the present essay was finished in September, 1900. The long interval which has thus unfortunately elapsed between its composition and publicationMoreExcerpt from Books of Reference for Students Teachers of French: A Critical SurveyThe manuscript of the present essay was finished in September, 1900.
The long interval which has thus unfortunately elapsed between its composition and publication must be my excuse for the large number of additions and corrections, on page 77: it was impossible, while the book was in the press, to make in the text all the alterations which the appearance of new books would have necessitated.I feel sincerely obliged to my friends, Professor F. Spencer of Bangor and Dr.
A. Schulze of the Berlin Royal Library, for assistance in reading the proofs and valuable advice and suggestions most kindly and readily given me. I have also to thank my brother, Dr. A. Braunholtz of the Strassburg University Library, for supplying me with some bibliographical notes.Any hints or criticisms from persons engaged or interested in the study or teaching of French will be gratefully received, and, if possible, used by me to improve the booklet, should a second edition of it become necessary.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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