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James Rousseau (1797–1849)

Rousseau, Pierre Joseph (rö-sō’). A French littérateur; born at Paris in 1797; died there in 1849. He wrote a number of vaudevilles in collaboration with others, signed for the most part with the pseudonyms “James Rousseau” and “Maxime James.” Among them are: ‘The Lady of the Lake’ (1825); ‘The Fairy of the Neighborhood’ (1826); and ‘Love and Fear’ (1827); also ‘Memoirs of my Creditors’ (1828), and other miscellanies.