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André Theuriet (1833–1907)

Theuriet, André (tėr-yā’). A French poet and novelist; born at Marly-le-Roi, Oct. 8, 1833; died in 1907. He began his literary work with the verses ‘In Memoriam’ (1857). Subsequent poems are: ‘The Road through the Woods’ (1867); ‘The Peasants of L’Argonne, 1792’ (1871); ‘The Blue and the Black’ (1873); ‘Our Birds’ (1886). His novels are numerous comprising among others: ‘Tales of Familiar Life’ (1870); ‘Mlle. Guignon’ (1874); ‘Dangerous Charm’ (1891). Among his dramatic productions are: ‘Jean-Marie’ (1871); ‘The House of the Two Barbeaux’ (1885); ‘Raymonde’ (1887). As an art critic he also wrote ‘Jules Bastien-Lepage, the Man and the Artist’ (1885). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).