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Jarry

[ zha-ree ]

noun

  1. Al·fred [a, l-, fred], 1873–1907, French poet and playwright.


Jarry

/ ʒari /

noun

  1. JarryAlfred18731907MFrenchTHEATRE: dramatistWRITING: poet Alfred (alfrɛd). 1873–1907, French dramatist and poet, who anticipated the theatre of the absurd with his play Ubu Roi (1896)


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Jarry, Le compte de l'armée anglaise, proofs and illustrations v, p. 233.

Pierre Sureau's account in Jarry, Le compte de l'armée anglaise, proofs and illustrations, no.

One of these rings has, however, been discovered by M. Jarry-Desloges, but the outermost ring is still unknown to our observers.

He names himself Jarry, the proprietor, and it is a good type—fat and handsome.

Other elaborate examples of Nicholas Jarry's work exist in the Paris library, mostly painted in grisaille.

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