La Harpe, Jean François de (17391803)

La Harpe, Jean François de, French littérateur and critic, born in Paris; wrote dramas and éloges, but his best-known work is his “Cours de Littérature” in 12 vols., of little account except for its criticism of French literature, in which he showed not a little pedantry and ill-temper as well as acuteness; he was zealous for the Revolution at first, but drew back when extreme measures were adopted and became a warm royalist, for which he was sentenced to deportation, but left at liberty (17391803).

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

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