Definition of Jules de Goncourt
1. Noun. French writer who collaborated with his brother Edmond de Goncourt on many books (1830-1870).
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Literary usage of Jules de Goncourt
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1. Great Pictures as Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton (1907)
"L'EMBARQUEMENT POUR L'lLE DE CYTHERE (WATTE AU) EDMOND AND Jules de Goncourt WATTEAU is the great poet ..."
2. Contemporary French Novelists by René Doumic (1899)
"EDMOND AND Jules de Goncourt. AMONG those whose trade is authorship, it is not rare to find the individuality swallowed up by the trade. ..."
3. Difficult Modern French: Extraits Choisis Parmi Les Plus Difficiles de la by Albert Leune (1894)
"En 1865, les frères de Goncourt avaient fait représenter Henriette Maréchal, pièce réaliste qui provoqua de vives controverses. Jules de Goncourt mourut le ..."
4. The Complete Works of Gustave Flaubert: Embracing Romances, Travels by Gustave Flaubert, Ferdinand Brunetière, Robert Arnot (1904)
"TO EDMOND AND Jules de Goncourt. 1861. You must have found a letter from me at your house in Paris, as I wrote to you the same day I received your book ..."
5. Portraits of the Day by Théophile Gautier, Frederick Caesar de Sumichrast (1901)
"Portraits of the Day Jules de Goncourt BORN IN 1830 —DIED IN 1870 SO it is divided at last, — that double personality which was familiarly called the ..."