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 (lä-mär-tēn′), Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de 1790-1869.
French romantic poet who served briefly as minister of foreign affairs (1848).

Lamartine

(French lamartin)
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(Biography) Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de (alfɔ̃s mari lwi də pra də). 1790–1869, French romantic poet, historian, and statesman: his works include Méditations poétiques (1820) and Histoire des Girondins (1847)

La•mar•tine

(ˌlɑ mɑrˈtin, ˌlæm ər-)

n.
Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de, 1790–1869, French poet.
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