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Bazin, Rene

Born: 1853 AD
Died: 1932 AD
Nationality: French
Categories: Novelists

1853 – René François Nicolas Marie Bazin was born 26th of December in Angers, France.

Bazin studied law in Paris.

1884 – Contributed to Parisian journals a series of sketches of provincial life and descriptions of travel, and

wrote Stephanette.

1888 – Made his reputation with Une tache d’encre (A spot of ink)  which received a prize from the Academy.

1891-1901 – Wrote books of travel, including a l’aventure (1891), Sicile (1892), Terre d’Espagne (1896), and Croquis de France et d’Orient (1901).

1904 – Bazin is best known to English and American readers are that on the Italy of his time, rendered into English under the title The Italians of To-Day.

1919 – Les Nouveaux Oberlé is regarded as a masterpiece..

1932 – Bazin died 20th of July.