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Jacques Claude Demogeot (1808–1894)

Demogeot, Jacques Claude (dem-ō-zhō’). A French literary historian and poet; born at Paris, July 5, 1808; died on Jan. 9, 1894. He wrote a ‘Study on Pliny the Younger’; the prize essay ‘Letters and Men of Letters in the Nineteenth Century’; ‘French Literature in the Seventeenth Century,’ his greatest work. His poetical writings are a drama, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (1852); ‘New Paris,’ consisting of epico-lyric descriptions; and ‘Stories and Talks in Verse’ (1860).