- Jules [zhyl] /ʒül/, Louis Farigoule, 1885–1972, French novelist, poet, and dramatist.
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One can not give these poems in quotation; one wants about five volumes of Romains.
He conserves himself, he is never carried away by Romains' theories.
Par la matire, par la forme des lettres et le style de l'inscription, il vous reprsente la rudesse des Romains au sixime sicle.Walks in Rome
Augustus J.C. Hare
About 1850 the young man entered the studio of the severe author of the Romains de la Dcadence.The French Impressionists (1860-1900)
The reader who has gone through Spire, Romains, and Vildrac, will have a fair idea of the poetry written by this group of men.
- Jules (ʒyl). pseudonym of Louis Farigoule . 1885–1972, French poet, dramatist, and novelist. His works include the novel Men of Good Will (1932–46)
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