KNOWN AS HUGUES LE ROUX (R. C. HENRI)
\nˈə͡ʊn az hjˈuːɡz lə ɹˈuː ˈɑː], \nˈəʊn az hjˈuːɡz lə ɹˈuː ˈɑː], \n_ˈəʊ_n a_z h_j_ˈuː_ɡ_z l_ə_ ɹ_ˈuː__ ˈɑː]\
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A French journalist and novelist; born in Havre, in 1860. In early life he was connected with the Political and Literary Review, and subsequently succeeded Jules Claretie as writer of the Paris chronique in the Temps. He is author of a series of popular romances, including "Mederic and Lisee" and "One of Us" (1886); "Souls in Agony" (1888); "The Parisian Inferno" (1888); "All for Honor" (1892). His miscellaneous works are: "In the Sahara" (1891); "On Board a Yacht: Portugal, Spain, etc". (1891); two translations from the Russian; etc.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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