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Victor Louis Amédée Pommier (1804–1877)

Pommier, Victor Louis Amédée (pom-yā’). A French poet; born at Lyons, 1804; died in 1877. Among his writings are: ‘The Russian Expedition’ (1827); ‘The Republic or, The Book of Blood’ (1836); ‘The Assassins’ (1837); ‘Hell’ (1853), a most realistic portrayal of the infernal regions as conceived by old-time orthodoxy; ‘Algeria and Conquering Civilization’ (1848); ‘Death of the Archbishop of Paris’ (1849); ‘Monologues of a Solitary’ (1870).