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Català: Coloquis familiars (segona série). Ara per primera volta publicats en catalá. Traduits y anotats per J. Pin y Soler. Llibrería L'AVENÇ, Barcelona, 1912.
A la pàgina VI hi ha un gravat d'Erasme de Rotterdam, i a la pàgina XXXIX una còpia de la portada de Colloquia familiaria de 1693. Hi ha una primera part a File:Coloquis familiars I (1911).djvu. Aquest segon volum conté: A punta de dia, L'art de mentir, Falsa noblesa, Deplorable unió, Caron y sa barca, Concili de dames, L'amfitrió inexpert, Funerals, La donzella y 'l seu galant, La partera, Apoteosis de Reuchlin, Los ramblers.
Source Llibre digitalitzat de la University of Toronto per a Internet Archive (OCR: ABBYY FineReader 8.0) (eliminades pàgines inicials i finals alienes a l'obra per User:Aleator).
Author Erasme de Rotterdam (traducció de J. Pin y Soler)


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