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Amédée Rolland (1829–1868)

Rolland, Amédée (rol-lä‘). A French littérateur; born at Paris, Feb. 1829; died on July 26, 1868. Besides contributions to many journals, he published two books of verse, ‘At the Bottom of the Glass’ (1854) and ‘The Poem of Death’ (1866); and several plays, including ‘The Merchant in Spite of Himself’ (1858); ‘An Upstart’ (1859); ‘Our Ancestors’ (1859).