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Auguste Maquet (1813–1888)

Maquet, Auguste (mä-kā’). A French novelist and playwright; born in Paris, Sept. 13, 1813; died at Ste. Mesrne, Jan. 8, 1888. He collaborated with the elder Dumas in some of his novels. He wrote alone (most of them in both novel and play form): ‘Beautiful Gabrielle’ (1853), with its sequel ‘The Bather’s House’ (1856); ‘The White Rose’ (1859); ‘Journey to the Country of the Blue’ (1859); the play ‘The Bercheny Hussar’ (1865), which was very successful; etc.