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Va·lé·ry

 (văl′ə-rē′, vä-lā-rē′), Paul Ambroise 1871-1945.
French poet known for his dramatic dialogues, such as La jeune Parque (1917), and symbolic works, including "Le cimetière marin" (1920).

Valéry

(French valeri)
n
(Biography) Paul (pɔl). 1871–1945, French poet and essayist, influenced by the symbolists, esp Mallarmé. He wrote lyric poetry, rich in imagery, as in La Jeune Parque (1917) and Album de vers anciens 1890–1900 (1920)

Va•lé•ry

(va leɪˈri)

n.
Paul, 1871–1945, French poet.
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