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Jean Moréas (1856–1910)

Moréas, Jean (mō-rā-ä’). A French poet, novelist, and romance-writer; born at Athens, April 15, 1856; died on March 31, 1910. He was one of the leaders of the school of Symbolists. He wrote in verse ‘The Quicksands’ (1884); ‘Cantilenas’ (1886); ‘Iconostasis’; the novel ‘The Young Ladies’ (1887); the romances: ‘The Thin Woman’; ‘Tea at Miranda’s’ (1887); etc.; ‘Poems’ (1898); ‘Stanzas’ (1905).