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Maurice Rollinat (1846–1903)

Rollinat, Maurice (rō-lē-nä’). A French poet; born at Châteauroux (Indre), in 1846; died on Oct. 26, 1903. In his first book of poems, ‘In the Heaths’ (1877), he reproduced in verse the most remarkable passages of George Sand’s ‘La Petite Fadette’ and ‘La Mare au Diable.’ His other works include: ‘Les Névroses’ (1883), and ‘The Abyss’ (1886), besides his musical productions of ‘Ten Melodies’ (1877) and ‘Rondels and Rondeaux’ (1883).