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Eugène Rostand (1843–1915)

Rostand, Joseph Eugène Hubert (rōs-tä‘). A French poet and littérateur; born at Marseilles, June 23, 1843; died in 1915. The following collections of poems have made his reputation: ‘Sketches’ (1865); ‘The Second Page’ (1866); ‘Simple Poems’ (1874); ‘The Paths of Righteousness’ (‘Les Sentiers Unis’: 1886); and the poems of Catullus translated into French verse (1880). He also published: ‘Questions of Social Economy in a Great City’ (1889); ‘A Visit to Some Bureaus of Pension and Insurance in Italy’ (1891).