Definition of Ulric Guttinguer
What does the word Ulric Guttinguer mean?
part of speech: noun
A French poet, journalist, and man of letters; born in Rouen in 1785; died at Paris, Sept. 21, 1866. He was an extreme partisan of the romantic school. He won fame with "Nadir", a collection of criticisms, and essays on literary and sentimental subjects. His masterpiece, however, is the volume of "Poetic Miscellany", originally contributed to the Muse Francaise. He wrote several novels, a "Dithyramb on Lord Byron's Death", impressions of travel, and much fugitive verse.