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|Born||19 November 1819|
|Died||26 January 1904(aged 84)|
|Occupation||Author and politician|
His works include: Études sur Aristophane (1867), Le Romantisme des classiques (1882), and the controversial Catholicisme et socialisme (1850). As a result, Napoleon III forced him into exile between 1851 and 1859. He later became a professor at the Collège de France and in 1881 became a senator for life.
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