VICTORIEN SARDOU

\vɪktˈɔːɹi͡ən sˈɑːduː], \vɪktˈɔːɹi‍ən sˈɑːduː], \v_ɪ_k_t_ˈɔː_ɹ_iə_n s_ˈɑː_d_uː]\
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  • A celebrated French dramatist; born in Paris, Sept. 7, 1831. He began play-writing in early life, although intended originally for the medical profession. Among his plays are: "The Students' Inn" (1854); "Monsieur Garat" (1857?); "Saint Gervais" (1860); "Blockheads" (1861); "Piccolino" (1861?); "Our Intimates" (186-); "The Butterfly" (1862); "The Black Devils" (1863); "Don Quixote" (1864); "The Benoiton Family" (1865); "The New House" (1866); "Seraphine" (1868); "Fernande" (1870); "Rabagas" (1872); "Uncle Sam" (1873); "Ferreol" (1875); "Dora" (1877); "Daniel Rochat" (1880); "Divorcons" (1881); "Odette" (1882); "Fedora" (1883); "Theodora" (1884); "Crocodile" (1886); "La Tosca" (1887); "Thermidor" (1891); "Gismonda" (1894); "Madame Sans-Gene"; etc. He was elected to the Academy in 1877 and died Nov. 8, 1908.
1910 - Warner's dictionary of authors ancient and modern
By Charles Dudley Warner

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