Works of belles-lettres were submitted to the Spanish Academy.
So are made the belles-lettres and the beaux-arts and their professors.
The younger Pliny in his letters furnishes ample material to illustrate to us this pursuit of belles-lettres.
Her books were confined to religious works and belles-lettres.
Put a schoolgirl fresh from belles-lettres and matinées in the cab of a locomotive and tell her to run it to the next station.
Upon the tables there were engravings, drawing-books, and works of belles-lettres.
belles-lettres deals considerably with this question, for it can itself determine the popular attitude to the unmarried state.
In a single department of belles-lettres he had shown mastery.
He was the son of M. de Saint-Aignan, who with honour and valour was truly romantic in gallantry, in belles-lettres, and in arms.
Sir Thomas objected to the inclusion of belles-lettres as beneath the dignity of the institution he was fostering.