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Emmanuel Gonzalès (1815–1887)

Gonzalès, Emmanuel (gô-säl-āz’). A French novelist of Spanish origin; born in Saintes, Oct. 25, 1815; died at Paris, Oct. 15, 1887. He founded the Revue de France and established his fame as a writer of fiction in its columns. ‘An Angel’s Memoirs,’ ‘Buckingham’s Seven Kisses,’ ‘The Russian Princess,’ and ‘The Gold Seekers,’ are among the romances in which he most happily shows his genius.