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Adolph Poujol

Poujol, Adolph (pö-zhol’). A French dramatic author. He wrote very many plays in collaboration. Among his writings are: ‘A Service of Love’ (1840); ‘The Pastry-Cook of Danaustadt’ (1842); ‘Results of a Fault’ (1842); ‘Jeanne de Naples’ (1842); ‘A Daughter of the Legion of Honor’ (1843); ‘December 10’ (1849); ‘Marguerite’ (1851); ‘A Maiden’s Heart’ (1854); ‘Doctor Momus’ (1857); and ‘The Art of Managing Women’ (1859).