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Louise Gagneur (1832–1902)

Gagneur, Louise (gän-yėr’). A French novelist; born at Domblans, in the Jura, in 1832; died in 1902. She wrote novels of a socialistic and anti-Catholic tendency, many of which proved popular. ‘An Expiation’; ‘The Black Crusade’; ‘The Story of a Priest’; and ‘The Crime of the Abbé Maufrac,’ are some of the better known.