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Louis Enault (1822–1900)

Enault, Louis (en-ō’). A French story-teller and writer of travels; born at Isigny in 1822; died on Mar. 27, 1900. He wrote travel and fiction based on extensive journeys. The travel sketches comprise: ‘Constantinople and Turkey’; ‘Norway’; ‘The Mediterranean’; ‘London.’ The more notable of his stories are: ‘The Virgin of the Libanus’; ‘Love in Lapland’; ‘The Baptism of Blood’; ‘Tragic Loves.’