See also:born in
See also:Paris, the son of a Jewish
See also:doctor, on the 13th of
See also:July 1823 . He was educated at the 1
See also:cole Normale, and taught rhetoric for some years in provincial
See also:schools and then in Paris . In 187o he entered the department of public instruction, and in 1878 became inspector-general . His
See also:works include: Pages intimes (1866), which received a prize from the Academy; Fames populaires (1874); Pendant la guerre (1871), patriotic poems, which were forbidden in
See also:Lorraine by the German authorities; En voyage (1881), poems; La France (4 vols., 1854-1858); a school-
See also:book written in collaboration with his
See also:law, Levi Alavares;
See also:Les Ouvriers (187o), a drama dealing with social questions, which was crowned by the Academy; L' Absent (1873), a
See also:comedy;Poesies du foyer et de l'ecole (1889), and
See also:editions of the works of J . B .
See also:Rousseau (1852) and
See also:Andre Chenier (1884) . He died in Paris in 1901 . His Poesies completes (2 vols., 1899) contained some fresh poems; to his Melanges en
See also:prose (Paris, 1905) is prefixed an
See also:introductory note by A . Cahen .
JACQUES ANTOINE MANUEL (1775-1827)
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