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Lucien Anatole Prévost-Paradol (1829–1870)

Prévost-Paradol, Lucien Anatole (prā-vō’ pä-rä-dol’). A distinguished French journalist; born at Paris, Aug. 8, 1829; died by suicide at Washington, DC, July 20, 1870, while he was French envoy to the United States. He wrote: ‘Essay on Universal History’ (2 vols., 1854); ‘Rôle of the Family in Education’ (1857); ‘Essays on Politics and Literature’ (3 vols., 1859–63); ‘Pages of Contemporary History’ (4 vols., 1862–64); ‘Studies of the French Moralists’ (1865); ‘The New France’ (1868).