Gautier



[goh-tyey] /goʊˈtyeɪ/

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Théophile
[tey-aw-feel] /teɪ ɔˈfil/ (Show IPA), 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic.
/French ɡotje/
noun
1.
Théophile (teɔfil). 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic. His early extravagant romanticism gave way to a preoccupation with poetic form and expression that anticipated the Parnassians

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