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Scudéry

[ sky-dey-ree ]

noun

  1. Mag·de·leine de [m, a, g-d, uh, -, len, d, uh], 1607–1701, French novelist.


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Here also, we must look back to the Gothic romances, and to those of Scudery and Calprenede.

Scudery, brother of the celebrated Mademoiselle Scudery, was a true Parnassian bully.

Scudery might not be so dull were she to take a hint from these smugglers' caves and sliding panels.

But, then, the French could match the paste euphuisms of Lyly with the novels of Scudery.

It was the misfortune of Mlle. de Scudery to outlive her literary reputation.

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