Delille, Jacques (17381813)

Delille, Jacques, a French poet, born at Aigues Perse, in Auvergne; translator of the “Georgics” of Virgil into verse, afterwards the “Æneid” and “Paradise Lost,” besides producing also certain didactic and descriptive works; was a good versifier, but properly no poet, and much overrated; died blind (17381813).

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

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Delavigne, Casimir
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Delcassé, Théophile
Delectable Mountains
Delescluze
Delft
Delgado
Delhi
Delight of Mankind
Delilah
Delille, Jacques
Delitzsch, Franz
Delius, Nicolaus
Delia Cruscans
Dellys
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Delorme
Delorme, Marion
Delos
Delphi
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