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Gabriel Ferry (b. 1846)

Ferry, Gabriel (fe-rē’), the Younger. A French dramatist and novelist; son of Gabriel the Elder and continuing his pseudonym; born in Paris, May 30, 1846. He produced plays,—‘Réginah’ (1874), being one of the best; while his miscellaneous prose includes ‘The Last Years of Alexandre Dumas, 1864–70’ (1883); ‘Balzac and his (Feminine) Friends’ (1888); and ‘The Exploits of Cæsar: A Parisian Novel’ (1889); ‘The Last Days of King-Sun’ (1896).