Claudel

[ kloh-del ]
/ kloʊˈdɛl /

noun

Camille, 1864–1943, French sculptor.
Paul (Louis Charles) [pawl lwee sharl], /pɔl lwi ʃarl/, 1868–1955, French diplomat, poet, and dramatist.

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Claudel
/ (French klodɛl) /

noun

Paul (Louis Charles Marie) (pɔl). 1868–1955, French dramatist, poet, and diplomat, whose works testify to his commitment to the Roman Catholic faith. His plays include L'Annonce faite à Marie (1912) and Le Soulier de satin (1919–24)
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