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Raymond Foulché-Delbosc (1864–1929)

Author of Madame D'aulnoy Travels Into Spain

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Professor Foulché-Delbosc, who could speak and write English, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese, and knew Catalan, Turkish, Greek, Latin, Arabic and Hebrew), taught language and literature for many years. He also served as translator of French and Spanish legends and stories. For more than 20 years he traveled among the main libraries of Europe to study their Hispanic acquisitions. He wrote over 200 original papers, many of them unpublished biographies on Cervantes, Quevedo, Mariano José de Larra, and others.
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