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Le libelle diffamatoire sur le web social | rezopointzero.com at 8:33 am, November 4, 2009
The French refugees picked up tricks from the British press, but they also perfected a genre of their own: the libelle, or libel, a scandalous account of private life among the great figures of the court and capital.
The most important printed sources include the anonymous and tendentious but very revealing libelle by Anne Gédéon Lafitte, marquis de Pelleport, Le Diable dans un bénitier et la métamorphose du Gazetier cuirassé en mouche ...
[Barthe] entraine dans l'irreligion par un libelle intitule Le Militaire philosophe_ (1770, 12mo).
I'm making $350,000/year...own the house I briefly rented a room in years ago...it has no names for my parents, but still has them living in a city I haven't lived in for 4 years...that they've never lived in libelle
(_un libelle_) did not deserve their judgment ....
[Barthe] entraine dans l'irreligion par un libelle intitule Le Militaire philosophe (1770,
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