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Émile Greyson (b. 1823)

Greyson, Émile (grā-zô‘). A Belgian poet, novelist, and essayist; born in Brussels, Aug. 17, 1823. ‘Fiamma Colonna’ and ‘Tales of a Flemish Subject’ are his best fictions. His translations and literary papers in the Belgian Review, etc., make him a representative man of letters at home.