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CARCASSONNE, ADOLPHE JOSEPH:

French poet; born at Marseilles, 1826; died Sept. 22, 1891. His principal works are: (1) "Premières Lueurs," a selection of poems (1852); (2) "Le Jugement de Déea," opera in four acts (1860); (3) "La Fille du Franc-Juge," drama in four acts in verse (1861); (4) "Le Siège de Marseilles," drama in five acts (1862); (5) "La Fête de Molière," a one-act play (1863); (6) "Gouttes d'Eau," a selection of poems (1869); (7) "La Leçon de Géographie," an Alsatian legend in verse, in memory of 1871 (1878); (8) "Théâtre d'Enfants," short comedies in verse (1878); (9) "Molière et la Médecine" (1878); (10) "Théâtre d'Adolescents" (1880); (11) "Pièces à Dire" (1881); (12) "Scènes à Deux," a selection of plays for young amateurs; (13) "Nouvelles Pièces à Dire" (1884); (14) "République Enfantine," short plays in verse (1885); (15) "Mariage de Fleurs" (1886); (16) "Théâtre de Jeunes Filles," a selection of plays for young girls (1887).

Bibliography:
  • Larousse, Grand Dict. Universel. 2d Supplement, p. 733.
S. I. Br.
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