FRANS DE CORT
\fɹˈanz də kˈɔːt], \fɹˈanz də kˈɔːt], \f_ɹ_ˈa_n_z d_ə k_ˈɔː_t]\
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An eminent Flemish poet (1834-78); born near Brussels. As singer of the quiet joys of home life and conjugal happiness he has few peers in any literature. His original homely lyrics appeared in "Songs" (2 vols., 1857-59); "Zing-Zang" (1866); and another volume of "Songs" (1868). He also translated into Flemish verse "The Finest Songs of Robert Burns" (1862).
By Charles Dudley Warner