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Jules Émile Richebourg (1833–1898)

Richebourg, Jules Émile (rēsh-börg’). A French novelist; born at Meury, April 23, 1833; died at Paris, Jan. 25, 1898. He produced light verses and comedies before devoting his attention seriously to romance. After 1858 he produced a great number of novels of adventure, intrigue, and passion, which found great favor among the masses in France. Among them may be named: ‘The Man with the Black Spectacles’ (1864); ‘The Veiled Lady’ (1875); ‘The Beautiful Organist’ (1876); ‘Father Raclot’s Million’ (1889); ‘Cinderella’ (1892); and ‘Winter Tales’ (1892).