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Édouard Grenier (1819–1901)

Grénier, Édouard (grān-yā’). A French poet; born in Baumes-les-Dames, Doubs, in 1819; died in Paris, Dec. 5, 1901. ‘Little Poems’ was his maiden collection; ‘The Death of the Wandering Jew’ attained repute for delicacy and suggestiveness, and ‘Dramatic Poems’ for intense power. His lines on ‘The Death of President Lincoln’ were crowned by the Academy.