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Lucien Biart (1828–1897)

Biart, Lucien (bē-är’). A French novelist, poet, and writer of travels; born at Versailles, June 21, 1828; died on March 26, 1897. He published a number of novels, containing masterly descriptions of Mexican and South-American nature and customs. Among his works are: ‘The Mexican Women’ (1853), poems; ‘Adventures of a Young Naturalist’ (1869); ‘The Clients of Dr. Bernagius’ (1873); ‘Across America’ (1876), crowned by the Academy.