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Jérôme (1874–1953) and Jean (1877–1952) Tharaud

Tharaud, Jérôme and Jean. French novelists; born at St. Julien. They have collaborated in a number of novels, of which the first to bring them reputation was ‘Dingley l’Illustre Écrivain’ (1902), anti-English in tone. Many of their works, like ‘Bar Cochebas’ (1907) and ‘La Fête Arabe’ (1912) deal with the near East; others, like ‘La Maîtresse Servante’ (1911), with provincial life.