Eugene Sue

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French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857)


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The chief source of this all-out assault in the middle years of the century was the prestigious College de France, and the chief attackers were the distinguished historians, Jules Michelet (1798-1874) and Edgar Quinet (1803-1875), joined by the novelist Eugene Sue (1804-1857) with his depiction of Jesuit intrigue in The Wandering Jew.
Dyer Knott, who received a note from Dickens about a Eugene Sue autograph.
Eugene Sue for SK Global, noted that its customers were excited about the ACCELERATOR 4000's ability to provide unprecedented network performance.
In his introductory note the author explains that the syntagm which he uses, "tapissos francs" (French tapestries), reverts to the opening sentence of Les mysteres de Paris (by Eugene Sue, 1842-43).
Not all interest in French writing or theatre was of the high-brow variety: the novels of Paul de Kock and Eugene Sue won staunch admirers on our side of the Channel and a yellow paperback was more or less synonymous with something risque.