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François Joseph Fabié (1846–1928)

Fabié, François Joseph (fä-byā’). A French poet; born at Durenque, Aveyron, Nov. 3, 1846; died in 1928. He filled important chairs in different colleges, attaining distinction as the author of ‘The Poesie of the Foolish Ones’ (1879), a collection of his verse, succeeded by others of equal merit; and by ‘Roupeyrac’s Mill,’ a rustic drama, and other plays.