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us: Leconte de Lisle, 1818-1894

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    • us: Lekont de Lil', 1818-1894
    • us: De Lisle, Charles Marie René Leconte, 1818-1894
    • us: Lisle, Charles Marie René Leconte de, 1818-1894
    • us: Leconte de Lisle, Charles Marie René, 1818-1894
    • us: De Lisle, Leconte, 1818-1894
    • us: Lisle, Leconte de, 1818-1894
    • us: Leconte de Lisle, Charles Marie, 1818-1894
    • us: Leconte de Lisle, Charles René Marie, 1818-1894
    • us: Lecomte, Charles Marie, 1818-1894
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        (naf) Réunion
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        (naf) France
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Paris (France)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Académie française
        • Affiliation Start: 1886
        • Affiliation End: 1894
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        (lcsh) Poets
          (lcsh) Translators
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          Leconte de Lisle, Charles Marie René, 1818-1894Leconte de Lisle, Charles Marie René,1818-1894
      • Sources

        • found: Grand Larousse encycl., c1962 (Leconte de Lisle, Charles Marie Lecomte dit)
        • found: Wikipedia, April 5, 2014: (Leconte de Lisle; Charles Marie René Leconte de Lisle (22 October 1818 - 17 July 1894) was a French poet of the Parnassian movement. He is mainly known, as a writer, by his family name Leconte de Lisle; Leconte de Lisle was born on the island of Réunion. He spent his childhood on this island and in Britanny; he went to Rennes to complete his education, studying especially Greek, Italian and history. In 1845 he settled definitely in Paris; His work is dominated by his three poetry corpora: Poèmes antiques (1852), Poèmes barbares (1862), Poèmes tragiques (1884). Also, he was known for his translations of antique authors; in 1886 he was elected to the Académie française; He died at Voisins in 1894, near Louveciennes, in the department Yvelines)
      • LC Classification

        • PQ2332-PQ2336
      • Change Notes

        • 1980-08-25: new
        • 2014-04-06: revised
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