Prudhomme, Sully (M)

Surname: Prudhomme
Forename(s): René François (Sully)
b. 16 March 1839. d. 6 September 1907. Nationality: French. VIAF.
Poet. Educated in Lyon. Author of Stances et Poèmes (1869), Les Epreuves (1869), Les Destins (1872), and Le Bonheur (1888), among other works. Associated with the literary movement of Parnassianism. Enlisted in the Garde Nationale during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71). Awarded the first Nobel Prize for literature in 1901. Biographical Information: DLB. (DD)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 6
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
“A Parting” 1889-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8519
“An Appeal” 1889-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8517
“Alone” 1889-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8518
Music. (Translated from the French of Sully Prud’homme) 1890 Woman’s World Poet 1063
Ici-Bas. From the French of Sully-Prudhomme 1895-09-28 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 12635
Prière. From the French of Sully Prudhomme 1896-02-29 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 12747