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Pierre Lafitte

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Pierre Lafitte (1908)

Pierre Lafitte was a French publishing company founded by Pierre Lafitte (1872-1938). He is wellknown for the first publication of the adventures of Arsène Lupin.

Between 1907 and 1937, the company published 9 novels, 33 short stories and 1 play written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The stories were translated mainly by Louis Labat, but also Henry Evie, René Lecuyer, Adrien de Jassaud and Comtesse F.M.G. d'Oilliamson.

Pierre Lafitte also published an illustrated magazine Je Sais Tout with many Conan Doyle fictions.



Conan Doyle published by Pierre Lafitte

1907

1909

1912

1920

1921

1922


Collection "Idéal-Bibliothèque"


1911

1913

1914

1919

1920

1921

1923

1927


Collection "Le Point d'interrogation"


1933

1935

1937


Covers


Related books

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