Albert Léon Guérard
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Who is Albert Léon Guérard?
Albert Léon Guérard: Albert Léon Guérard was a prominent scholar of Comparative Literature. Guérard taught at Stanford University for many years. A prolific author, he published works on French and European civilization and world literature.
- also known as Albert Léon Guérard
- born in (135 years ago)
- died in (56 years ago)
- written works: "A short history of the international language movement", "Preface to world literature", "French prophets of yesterday", "Five masters of French romance", "Testament of a liberal", "Reflections on the Napoleonic legend", "Education of a humanist", "Fossils and presences", "The France of tomorrow", "French civilization in the nineteenth century", "The life and death of an ideal", "Bottle in the sea", "Europe free and united", "The land where hatred expires", "Art for art's sake", "France: A modern history", "France in the classical age", "Napoleon I", "France: A Short History"
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