Bourget, Paul (b. 1852)

Bourget, Paul, an eminent French novelist and essayist, born at Amiens; a subtle analyst of character, with a clear and elegant style, on which he bestows great pains; his novels are what he calls “psychological,” and distinct from the romantist and naturalistic; (b. 1852).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Bourbon
Bourbon, Charles de
Bourbonnais
Bourdaloue, Louis
Bourdon, Sebastian
Bourdon de l'Oise
Bourgelat
Bourgeois, Sir Francis
Bourgeoisie
Bourges
Bourget, Paul
Bourignon, Antoinette
Bourmont, Louis Auguste Victor, Comte de
Bourne, Hugh
Bournemouth
Bourrienne, Louis Antoine Fauvelet
Boussa
Boustrophe`don
Bouterwek, Friedrich
Bowdich, Thomas Edward
Bowditch, Nathaniel