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Philothée O'Neddy (1811-1875), real name Théophile Dondey de Santeny, was a French poet. He was an associate of the Romantic movement, and one of the original 'Bohemians'. He is known for his 1833 collection Feu et flamme. He also wrote fiction, such as Histoire d' un anneau enchanté (1842).
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