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Jules Canonge (1812–1870)

Canonge, Jules (kä-nôzh). A French poet; born in Nîmes, March 20, 1812; died on March 14, 1870. His delicate poetry appears in ‘Preludes’ (1835); ‘Tasso at Sorrento’; and ‘Olim’ (1859); besides other volumes, in addition to which he turned his attention to legend and story and produced worthy prose.