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Mérimée

[ mey-ree-mey ]
/ meɪ riˈmeɪ /
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noun

Pros·per [praw-sper], /prɔˈspɛr/, 1803–70, French short-story writer, novelist, and essayist.

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British Dictionary definitions for Mérimée

Mérimée
/ (French merime) /

noun

Prosper (prɔspɛr). 1803–70, French novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer, noted particularly for his short novels Colomba (1840) and Carmen (1845), on which Bizet's opera was based
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