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Émile Bergerat

French poet, playwright and essayist

1845   -   1923

country of citizenship: France
native language: French
language of expression: French
occupation: poet, playwright, writer
award received: Estrade-Delcros award, Prix Calmann-Lévy, Officer of the Legion of Honour, Knight of the Legion of Honour

Émile Bergerat (29 April 1845 – 13 October 1923) was a French poet, playwright and essayist. He used the pseudonyms l'Homme masqué (the masked man), Caliban and Ariel (the latter two drawn from The Tempest by William Shakespeare). A library in Neuilly-sur-Seine opposite his flat bears his name.
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Tales of Caliban

anthology of short stories by Émile Bergerat

author: Émile Bergerat


A Darwinist Duel

short story by Émile Bergerat

author: Émile Bergerat

More Than Queen

play by Émile Bergerat, adapted by Charles Frederick Nirdlinger and Charles Henry Meltzer

author: Émile Bergerat, Charles Frederick Nirdlinger, Charles Henry Meltzer

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