Voyage de l'isle d'amour  

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Voyage de l'isle d'amour (Voyage to the isle of love) is a novel by by French writer Paul Tallement the Younger. Published in 1663, it is an imaginary allegorical travel-memoir, where the places are ruled by figures such as Respect, Concern, Pride, Warmth, Modesty and (in the second part) Coquetry and Gallantry.

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