He passes his childhood to the the United Kingdom and often goes to London. Studying with the Sorbonne, it reads English books, where a pulpit is created for him. It develops the study of the English language in France. In 1905-1906, he is lecturer of English literature to the Trinity College (Cambridge).
He is known to have studied the living conditions of the English writers at the 18th century (John Dryden, Joseph Addison, Alexander Pope and William Shakespeare). Its book the Public and the men of letters in England at the 18th century (1881) was received by the French Academy.
|Random links:||Pont Bailey | Therdonne | Championships of the world of figure skating 1977 | Leon Paternostre | Park the Smallone | Jours_fériés_au_Danemark|