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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Charles Nodier (1780–1844)

Nodier, Charles (nōd-yā’). A French romance-writer and poet; born at Besançon, April 1780; died in 1844. His works include: ‘Entomological Bibliography’ (1801); ‘Napoleone’ (1802), a satiric ode; ‘The Painter of Salzburg’ (1803); ‘The Exiles,’ ‘Jean Sbogar’ (1818); ‘Thérèse Aubert’ (1819), romances; ‘Dictionary of French Onomatopœia’ (1808); ‘Picturesque and Romantic Travels in Ancient France’ (1820); and others. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).