See also:SAINT-RENE (1817-1879), French critic, whose
See also:original name was Rene Gaspard Ernest Taillandier, was
See also:born in
See also:Paris on the 16th of
See also:December 1817 . He completed his studies at
See also:Heidelberg, and then became
See also:professor of literature successively at Strassburg,
See also:Montpellier and the
See also:Sorbonne, where he was nominated to the
See also:chair of French eloquence in 1868 . Most of the articles included in his published volumes first appeared in the Revue
See also:des deux mondes . In
See also:January 1870 he became general secretary of the
See also:ministry of
See also:education, and continued in this
See also:office after the fall of the
See also:Empire . He became officer of the
See also:Legion of
See also:Honour in 1870, and was elected to the Academy in 1873 . He died in Paris on the 22nd of
See also:February 1879 . His
See also:works include:—Allemagne et Russie, etudes historiques et litteraires (1856), Le Poete du Caucase . Michel Lermontoff (1856),
See also:Maurice de Saxe (2 vols . 1865), Tcheques et
See also:Magyars (1869), Le General Philippe de
See also:Segur '(1815) .
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