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Joseph Autran (1813–1877)

Autran, Joseph (ō-tron’). A French poet; born in Marseilles in June 1813; died there, March 6, 1877. He attracted attention in 1832 with an ode to Lamartine, ‘The Departure for the East.’ His works include: ‘The Sea,’ poems (1835); ‘Milianah,’ an epic (1842); ‘Rural Life’ (1856); and ‘The Daughter of Æschylus,’ drama (1848), which won a prize from the French Academy.