What is another word for Guy de Maupassant?

Pronunciation: [ɡˈa͡ɪ də mˈɔːpasənt] (IPA)

Guy de Maupassant was a prominent author of the 19th century known for his short stories and novels. He contributed to the literary world with his vivid imagination and profound narrative. His writing style was realistic and profound, earning him the reputation of a master storyteller. Synonyms for Guy de Maupassant include literary genius, wordsmith, master storyteller, and accomplished writer. His works were widely regarded for their insightfulness, humanity, and originality. Guy de Maupassant's stories are still widely celebrated and read today, serving as a testament to his literary genius and the enduring appeal of his works.

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  • Dr Williams’s book is about a number of nineteenth-century French writers who caught syphilis and probably died of paresis. They are Baudelaire, Jules de Goncourt, Flaubert, Guy de Maupassant and Daudet. A similar book could probably be written about nineteenth-century British writers, including such unlikely victims of syphilis as John Keats and Edward Lear. People were not so frightened of the disease as we are. Few physicians saw the connection between cerebral degeneration and the primary chancre: when the secondary stage of the infection had healed, it was generally assumed that everything was over and lightning would not strike the tree again. This was Baudelaire’s belief. One could even rejoice at picking up the pox: it was not merely an inoculation; it advertised one’s virility to the world....
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