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Armand de Pontmartin (1811–1890)

Pontmartin, Armand Augustin Joseph Marie de (pô-mär-ta‘). A French story-writer and literary critic; born at Avignon, July 16, 1811; died there, 1890. In 1853 he commenced a series of ‘Literary Talks’ in the Gazette de France, which, collected, fill 30 volumes. Among his works are: ‘Recollections of an Old Lover of Music’ (1878); ‘Medusa’s Raft’ (1872); ‘Recollections of an Old Critic’; ‘My Memoirs’ (2 vols., 1885–86); ‘Sins of Old Age’ (1889); ‘Literary Episodes’ (1890).