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Ferdinand Fabre (1827–1898)

Fabre, Ferdinand. A French novelist; born at Bédarieux, Hérault, in 1827; died at Paris, Feb. 11, 1898. He published ‘Ivy Leaves,’ poems (1853); then the novels ‘The Courbezons’ (1861); ‘Julien Savignac’ (1863); ‘Abbé Tigrane’ (1873); ‘Lucifer’ (1884), portraying the struggle between Gallicanism and Ultramontanism; and, shorter stories like the ‘Abbé Roitelet’ (1891), ‘Norine’ (1890), ‘Germany’ (1891). ‘Ma Vocation’ (1889) is a volume of leaves from his student diary.