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Comte d’Haussonville (1843–1924)

Haussonville, Gabriel Paul Othenin de Cléron, Comte d’ (dōs’ôn-vēl). A French littérateur; born at Guscy-et-Châtel, Dept. Seine-et-Marne, Sept. 21, 1843; died in 1924. He was a member of the French Academy, and one of the leading contributors to the Revue des Deux Mondes. His reputation rests on literary monographs, among which are ‘Sainte-Beuve, his Life and Works’ (1875); ‘George Sand,’ ‘Prescott,’ etc. (1879–88); and works like ‘Across the United States’ (1883), notes and impressions; ‘Social Studies’; ‘Socialism and Charity’ (1895); ‘The Duchess of Burgundy and the Savoyard Alliance’ (1898–1901).