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Jacques Jasmin (1798–1864)

Jasmin, Jacques (zhäs-ma‘). A Provençal poet; born in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, March 6, 1798; died there, Oct. 4, 1864. His origin was of the humblest and he earned his livelihood as a barber. He wrote: ‘Curl Papers,’ a string of quaint verses; ‘Souvenirs,’ and the narrative poem ‘Françonette.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).