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Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (1737–1814)

Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de (sa-piãr’). The celebrated author of ‘Paul and Virginia’ (1789); born in Havre, Jan. 19, 1737; died at Éragny-sur-Oise, Jan. 21, 1814. His works include: ‘Voyage to the Isle of France’ (1773); ‘Studies of Nature’ (1784); ‘Vows of a Solitary’ (1789); ‘The Indian Cottage’ (1790); ‘On Nature and Morality’ (1798); ‘Voyage to Silesia’ (1807); ‘The Death of Socrates’ (1808); ‘Essay on Newspapers’ (1808); ‘Essay on J. J. Rousseau’ (1809?); ‘Stories of Travel’ (1809–12); etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).