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Frédéric Mistral

Mistral, Frédéric (1830–1914), French poet. He won the 1904 Nobel Prize for literature and for his work as leader of a movement to restore the former glories of the Provençal language and culture. Among his works are the epic poems Mirèio (1859), Calendau (1867), Nerto (1884), and Lou Pouémo dúo Rose (1897).

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