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Charles Magnin (1793–1862)

Magnin, Charles (mä-nya‘). A French critic and poet; born in Paris, Nov. 4, 1793; died there, Oct. 8, 1862. Besides poetry he wrote: ‘Racine’ (1826), a successful comedy; ‘The Origins of the Modern Stage’ (1838); ‘Historical and Literary Talks and Meditations’ (1843); ‘History of Puppet Shows’ (1852); etc.