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Barthélemy Imbert (1747–1790)

Imbert, Barthélemy (a-bãr’). A French poet; born at Nîmes, 1747; died near Paris (?), Aug. 23, 1790. He attained celebrity with ‘The Judgment of Paris,’ a specimen of delicately wrought and musical versification. He also wrote a ‘Book of Fables.’