CIO Marie Joseph Eugene (Sue Marie Joseph Eugne)( French writer.)
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Biography CIO Marie Joseph Eugene (Sue Marie Joseph Eugne)
Born January 20, 1804 in Paris. Literary creativity began to 'sea' novels - Kernok-pirate (Kernock le pirate, . 1831), . FILES and Plock (Plick et Plock, . 1831), . then turned to secular novels - Arthur (Arthur, . 1838), . Marquis de la Letorer (Marquis de la Ltorire, . 1839) - and historic - Latreomon (Latraumont, . 1837),
. Under the influence of what was then a wave of interest in social problems, he created his two most famous novels - mysteries of Paris (Les Mystres de Paris, 1842-1843) and The Eternal Jew (Le Juif errant, 1844-1845). In spite of the negligence of style, looseness of the plot and the abundance of deliberately horrific scenes, these novels, satires were very popular due to the extraordinary ingenuity of the author and his rare ability to dramatize the simplest situation. Sue died in Italy, where he had to flee after the Bonapartist coup, August 3, 1857.