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Henry de Kock (1819–1892)

Kock, Paul Henry de (kōk). A French novelist and playwright, son of Paul; born at Paris, April 21, 1819; died at Limeil, April 18, 1892. He followed closely in his father’s footsteps, producing numerous novels and plays, which, however, never enjoyed the same popularity. Titles of some of his novels are ‘The King of the Students and the Queen of the Grisettes’ (1844); ‘Kisses Accursed’ (1860); ‘Absinthe Drinkers’ (1863); ‘The New Manon’ (1864); ‘Mademoiselle Croquemitaine’ (1871).