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English: Title: "'She pressed the glowing flowers to her lips.'". Description: Caroline de St.Castin (right) pressed to her lips the poisoned flowers offered by La Corriveau (left), illustration for an edition of The Golden Dog. First publication : William Kirby, The Golden Dog (Le Chien d'or) : A Romance of the Days of Louis Quinze in Quebec, Boston, Joseph Knight Company, 1896, illustration located between pages 488 and 489. Photogravure from painting of J.W. Kennedy.
Français : Caroline de Saint-Castin (à droite) porte à ses lèvres le bouquet empoisonné offert par la Corriveau, illustration pour une édition de The Golden Dog. Première publication : William Kirby, The Golden Dog (Le Chien d'or) : A Romance of the Days of Louis Quinze in Quebec, Boston, Joseph Knight Company, 1896, entre les pages 488 et 489. Photogravure d'après la peinture de J.W. Kennedy.
|Source||William Kirby, The Golden Dog (Le Chien d'or) : A Romance of the Days of Louis Quinze in Quebec. Montreal, The Montreal News, 1897 (23rd or 24th impression, 1913 or 1914), illustration located between pages 462 and 463.|
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