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1911 Encyclopedia Britannica

Julien Auguste Pelage Brizeua

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JULIEN AUGUSTE PELAGE BRIZEUA (1803-1858), French poet, was born at Lorient (Morbihan) on the 12th of September 1803. He belonged to a family of Irish origin, long settled in Brittany, and was educated for the law, but in 1827 he produced at the Theatre Frangais a one-act verse comedy, Racine, in collaboration with Philippe Busoni. A journey to Italy in company with Auguste Barbier made a great impression on him, and a second visit (1834) resulted in 1841 in the publication of a complete translation of the Divina Commedia in terza rima. With Primel el Nola (1852) he included poems written under Italian influence, entitled Les Ternaires (1841), but in the rustic idyl of Marie (1836) turned to Breton country life; in Les Bretons (1845) he found his inspiration in the folklore and legends of his native province, and in Telen-Aroor (1844) he used the Breton dialect. His Histoires poetiques (1855) was crowned by the French Academy. His work is small in bulk, but is characterized by simplicity and sincerity. Brizeux was an ardent student of the philology and archaeology of Brittany, and had collected materials for a dictionary of Breton place-names. He died at Montpellier on the 3rd of May 1858.

His Ouvres completes (2 vols., 1860) were edited with a notice of the author by Saint-Rene Taillandier. Another edition appeared in1880-1884(4 vols.). A long list of articles on his work may be consulted in an exhaustive monograph, Brizeux; sa vie et ses oeuvres (1898), by the abbe C. Lecigne.


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Chisholm, Hugh, General Editor. Entry for 'Julien Auguste Pelage Brizeua'. 1911 Encyclopedia Britanica. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/bri/j/julien-auguste-pelage-brizeua.html. 1910.

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