- Mi·chel [mee-shel] /miˈʃɛl/, 1793–1880, French mathematician.
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Fitzgerald mentions Chasles among French critics who accept the book.Laurence Sterne in Germany
Harvey Waterman Thayer
Chasles, Philarte, his disparaging lecture on American literature, 134.Reminiscences, 1819-1899
Julia Ward Howe.
His son, mile Chasles (b. 1827), was a philologist of some reputation.
In those days there was a famous mathematician whose name was Chasles.
At last other learned men, who did not love Chasles, tried to make him understand that he had been befooled.