\ˈɜːnəst blˈʌm], \ˈɜːnəst blˈʌm], \ˈɜː_n_ə_s_t b_l_ˈʌ_m]\
Definitions of ERNEST BLUM
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A French dramatist; born in Paris, Aug. 15, 1836. Either alone or in collaboration with other dramatists he is author of many highly successful plays. The drama of "Rose Michel" (1877), of his own composition, insured his place among the most successful French dramatists of the time. Among his later compositions are: "Adam and Eve" (1886); "The Nervous Women" (1888); "End of the Century" (1890); "A Winter Soiree" (1900).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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