NODIER, CHARLES

   able French littérateur, born at Besançon; a man of great literary activity and some considerable literary influence; author of charming stories and fairy tales; "did everything well," says Professor Saintsbury, "but perhaps nothing supremely well" (1780-1844).

The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. . 1907.

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  • Nodier, Charles — ▪ French writer born April 29, 1780, Besançon, Fr. died Jan. 27, 1844, Paris       writer more important for the influence he had on the French Romantic movement than for his own writings.       Nodier had an eventful early life, in the course of …   Universalium

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