Aurélien Scholl (July 13, 1833 in Bordeaux – 1902), was a French author and journalist.
He was successively editor of Le Voltaire and of L'Écho de Paris. He wrote largely for the theatre, as well as a number of novels dealing with Parisian life. He was included in the painting Music in the Tuileries, by Manet, as one of the flâneurs of the day.
- Lettres à Mon Domestique (1854)
- L'Outrage (1867)
- Fleurs d'Adultère (1880)
- L'Orgie Parisienne (1883)
- La Farce Politique (1887)
- Les Ingénues de Paris (1893)
- Denise (1894)
- Tableaux Vivants (1896)
- Les petits papiers. Comédie en un acte (1897)
- L'esprit d'Aurelien Scholl (1925) edited by Léon Treich
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