Sully-Prudhomme

[sy-lee-pry-dawm]
noun
  1. Re·né Fran·çois Ar·mand [ruh-ney frahn-swa ar-mahn] /rəˈneɪ frɑ̃ˈswa arˈmɑ̃/, 1839–1907, French poet: Nobel prize 1901.
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Historical Examples of sully-prudhomme

  • It is not, on this occasion, Sully-Prudhomme whom we are considering, but his critics.

  • This was a certain and undeniable case, and Sully-Prudhomme returned to his home with me as thoroughly convinced as I am.

    Mysterious Psychic Forces

    Camille Flammarion

  • Tennyson and Sully-Prudhomme were among the first to perceive and to demonstrate the possibility of this.

    Major Prophets of To-Day

    Edwin E. Slosson

  • It would be ridiculous to quote any of these virtues as a reason for admiring the poetry of Sully-Prudhomme.


British Dictionary definitions for sully-prudhomme

Sully-Prudhomme

noun
  1. René François Armand (rəne frɑ̃swa armɑ̃). 1839–1907, French poet: Nobel prize for literature 1901
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