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Émile Egger (1813–1885)

Egger, Émile (eg’er or ā-zhā’). An eminent French scholar; born in Paris, July 18, 1813; died at the Royal Baths, Aug. 30, 1885. His masterpieces are: ‘Essay on the History of Criticism among the Greeks’ (1849); ‘The Poetic Element in Aristotle’ (1874); and ‘Greek Literature’ (1890).