He was right, however, in his confidence that Augier would not fail to "make" the scene.
In the fourth story of a house in the corner of the Place dwelt mile Augier.
I tore off to Augier, who accepted my suggestion with enthusiastic delight.
One recalls Augier without his Gallic esprit, rather than the later Ibsen.
Neither, with any justice, could men like Augier and Dumas be placed in different groups.
But it would be unfair to suggest that mile Augier was a preacher only.
But since those days Augier has grown famous, and I have remained in my native obscurity.
Curiously enough, it was mile Augier's "Aventurire" that caused Mdlle.
Augier leant towards good middle-class common-sense, which did not prevent him from having plenty of wit.
Augier and Dumas fils the chief rank among the dramatists of the last half of the century.