Stringer, Jenny, editor. The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in English. Oxford University Press, 1996.
Guy de Maupassant
Standard Name: Maupassant, Guy de
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Before Harland accepted it, Irremediable had been rejected by Blackwood's on the grounds that marriage was a sacrament and could not be so summarily treated,
and more generally from dislike of the bleak tone of...
Clarke, John Stock. Ella D’Arcy.
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Marie Belloc Lowndes later wrote that Baccarat was thirty years ahead of its time, and had it been signed by Guy de Maupassant it would have become and remained famous.
Lowndes, Marie Belloc. The Merry Wives of Westminster. Macmillan, 1946.
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Four years later, in March 1894, The Times pronounced, in connection with Two Offenders, that Ouida's prose style was now immeasurably superior to that of the distant or even recent past, and made her...
AW won the Denyse Clairouin Prize for her translation of Guy de Maupassant 's Une Vie (as A Woman's Life).
Who Was Who. A. and C. Black, 1897.
Dunn, Jane. Antonia White: A Life. Jonathan Cape, 1998.
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Adam is illegitimate, offspring of an Anglo-Irish landowner (albeit an impoverished one) and of one of the dispossessed. These inmates include a Catholic bishop who has tried to restore the monarchy and who now feigns...
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31 March 1889
The Eiffel Tower in Paris (named for its builder) was inaugurated. The foundations were laid two years before this, to protest by Paris writers and artists including Alexandre Dumas the younger and Guy de Maupassant .