Fouqué

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noun

Frie·drich Hein·rich Karl, Baron de la Motte- [free-drikh hahyn-rikh kahrl, duh lah moht] /ˈfri drɪx ˈhaɪn rɪx kɑrl, də lɑ ˈmoʊt/, 1777–1843, German romanticist: poet and novelist.

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Historical Examples of fouque

  • He purchased the Fouque property when it was sold by Pierre Rougon.

    A Zola Dictionary

    J. G. Patterson

  • There is a beautiful moral in one of Fouque's miniature romances,—Die Kohlerfamilie.

  • Now you learnt it for love of Fouque and Max Piccolomini, and you have kept it up ever since.'

    The Two Sides of the Shield

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • It was sent to Fouque by his friend Edward Hitzig, with a request that he would compose a ballad on it.

    Undine

    Friedrich de la Motte Fouque


British Dictionary definitions for fouque

Fouqué

noun

Friedrich Heinrich Karl (ˈfriːdrɪç ˈhainrɪç karl), Baron de la Motte. 1777–1843, German romantic writer; author of Undine (1811)
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