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Jean Macé (1815–1894)

Macé, Jean (mä-sā’). A French educator and popular writer for the young; born in Paris, 1815; died in 1894. His best-known work is ‘Contes du Petit-Château’ (1862), called in the English translation ‘Home Fairy Tales.’ He also wrote: ‘History of a Mouthful of Bread’ (1861); ‘Servants of the Stomach’ (1866); ‘France before the Franks’ (1881); etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).