At the Circulating Library Author Information: Émile Erckmann
Author: Émile Erckmann (1822–1899)
Alternate Name(s): Erckmann-Chatrian (alternate name)
Biography: French novelist. Co-authored much of his fiction with Pierre Alexander Chatrian.
- The Conscript: A Tale of the French War of 1813. 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1865.
- The Blockade: (Le Blocus.) An Episode of the Fall of the First French Empire. 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1869.
- Waterloo: A Story of the Hundred Days. Being a Sequel to "The Conscript". 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1870.
- A Man of the People: A Tale of 1848. 2 vol. London: Bentley, 1871.
- Madame Thérèse: or, The Volunteers of '92. 1 vol. London: Ward, Lock, 1871.
- The Invasion of France in 1814: Comprising the Night-March of the Russian Army Past Phalsbourg. 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1871.
- The Forest House and Catherine's Lovers. 1 vol. London: Sampson Low, 1871.
- The Outbreak of the Great French Revolution: Related by a Peasant of Lorraine. 3 vol. London: Bentley, 1871.