Author:Lewis Piaget Shanks

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Lewis Piaget Shanks
(1878–1935)

Professor of romance languages at the University of Tennessee. Professor at Johns Hopkins University. Known as a translator of Charles Baudelaire poetry and biographer of Gustave Flaubert.

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