MELCHIOR FREDERIC SOULIE
\mˈɛlkjə fɹˈɛdɪɹˌɪk sˈə͡ʊli], \mˈɛlkjə fɹˈɛdɪɹˌɪk sˈəʊli], \m_ˈɛ_l_k_j_ə f_ɹ_ˈɛ_d_ɪ_ɹ_ˌɪ_k s_ˈəʊ_l_i]\
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A French novelist and poet; born at Foix (Ariege), Dec. 24, 1800; died at Bievre near Paris, Sept. 23, 1847. He commenced his literary career by publishing a volume of poems, "French Loves" (1824), followed by "Romeo and Juliet" (1828). "Christine at Fontainebleau" and "Clothilde" (1832) were popular dramas. Some of his novels also achieved public favor, such as "The Count of Toulouse" (1835); "A Summer at Meudon" (1836).
By Charles Dudley Warner