Nodier, Charles shärl nôdyā´ [key], 1780–1844, French novelist and poet. From 1824 he was librarian of the Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal in Paris. His salon was the nucleus of the beginning romantic movement and was frequented by such men as Hugo, Sainte-Beuve, and Dumas père. His most noted works are the fantastic tales Trilby ou, Le Lutin d'Argail (1822) and La Fée aux miettes (1832).
See bibliography by S. F. Bell (1971) study by H. Nelson (1972).
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