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His love of books began very early, and he combined with it a strong interest in nature, which Girod-Chantrans was able to foster. Dedicated to Alphonse de Lamartine. La Seine et ses Bords - The Seine and its banks - a full-length description of the river and the geography of its banks. Pilot of Romanticism Syracuse, N.

Franciscus Columna - a novella. Paul ou le Resemblance - a short story. Despite the success of these works, he lost interest in the theatre, and by the late eighteen twenties devoted himself entirely to literature, mostly to the conte fantastique. During the s, after adapting Dr.

The twenty years at the Arsenal were the most important and fruitful of Nodier's career. Le Chant des Morlaques - The Song of the Morlachs - a short poetic essay that has been included in a collection of Nodier's dream writings. Trilby, ou le Lutin d'Argail, conte fantastique - one of Nodier's best known works, an atmospheric adult fairy tale of novella length set in a Scottish landscape. Government Communication Office, Republic of Slovenia.

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Le Vampire - The Vampire - an atmospheric full-length theatrical play, freely adapting the story of John William Polidori. La Combe de l'Homme Mort - a short weird horror story.

An inspection of his papers by the police, however, revealed nothing more dangerous than a dissertation on the antennae of insects. Komparatistik als Humanwissenschaft, ed. But his son was for a time an ardent citizen, and is said to have been a Jacobin Club member at the age of twelve.

Illustrated by Marville and Foussereau. Mademoiselle de Marsan, conte fantastique - a gothic short novel. La Neuvaine de la Chandeleur, et Lydie - a novella and a short story. It is a vivid portrait with a sharp look and some traces of the Secession style.

The overall theme is in the form of a sequel to Dr. Contes fantastiques - a fantasy short stories collection. He became librarian in his native town, but his exertions in the cause of suspected persons brought him under suspicion. The hero, Charles, who is a variation of the Werther type, desires the restoration of the monasteries, to afford a refuge from the woes of the world.

The twenty years at the