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Portrait of Faguet, by Henri Mannes
Born Auguste Émile Faguet 17 December 1847 La Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée Died 7 June 1916 (aged 68) Paris Occupation Literary critic, and author Alma mater École normale supérieure Notable works The Cult of Incompetence Spouse Suzanne Travichon
Auguste Émile Faguet ( French pronunciation: ; 17 December 1847 – 7 June 1916) was a French author and [emil fa] literary critic. 
Faguet was born at
La Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée, and educated at the École normale supérieure in Paris. After teaching for some time in La Rochelle and Bordeaux, he returned to Paris to act as assistant professor of poetry in the university. Faguet became professor in 1897. He was elected to the Académie française in 1900, and received the ribbon of the Légion d'honneur in the next year.
Faguet acted as dramatic critic to the
; from 1892 he was literary critic to the Soleil ; and in 1896 took the place of Revue Bleue Jules Lemaître on the . Journal des débats Faguet died in  Paris, aged 68.
In English translation
"Mme de Staël," Revue des Deux Mondes 83, 1887.
"M. Ferdinand Brunetière," La Revue de Paris 1, 1894.
"Le Livre a Paris," Cosmopolis 5, 1897.
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La Revue Bleue, 3 June 1899.
"All About a Hat," The Living Age 8, September 1900.
"The Symbolical Drama," The International Quarterly 8, September 1903/March 1904.
"Andrew Lang's 'The Mysteries of History'," The Sewanee Review 16, 1908.
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"La Vie de Nietzsche," Revue des Deux Mondes 58, 1910.
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"François Maynard," Revue des Pyrénées 23, 1911. "Viele-Griffin,"
La Revue Bleue, 15 April 1912.
"Thiers," Revue des Deux Mondes, XCe Année, 1920. "On the Nature of the Dramatic Emotion," The Tulane Drama Review 3 (2), 1958.
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"Émile Faguet," The Catholic World, Vol. 105, No. 625, pp. 343-351.
^ Gosse, Edmund (1922).
"Two French Critics: Émile Faguet-Remy de Gourmont." In: Aspects and Impressions. London: Cassell & Company, Ltd., pp. 203-223.
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One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). " Faguet, Émile". . Encyclopædia Britannica 10 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 125.
"M. Émile Faguet and the Eighteenth Century," The Edinburgh Review, Vol. CXCVI, 1902.
"A Literary History of France," The Author, Vol. VIII, 1908.
"Review of . A Literary History of France by Émile Faguet" The Athenaeum (4172): 435-436. 12 October 1907.
^ Putnam, James J. (1915).
"The Dread of Responsibility," Harvard Theological Review, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 434-438.
^ Garner, J.W. (1915).
"The Dread of Responsibility by Émile Faguet," The American Political Science Review, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 399-401.
Bordeaux, Henry (1924).
Portraits d'Hommes. Paris: Plon-Nourrit & Cie. Duval, Maurice (1911).
Émile Faguet, le Critique, le Moraliste, le Sociologue. Paris: Société Française d'Imprimerie et de Libraire. Dyrkton, Joerge (1996).
"The Liberal Critic as Ideologue: Émile Faguet and fin-de-siècle Reflections on the Eighteenth Century," History of European Ideas, Vol. 22, Nos. 5-6, pp. 321-336. Gourmont, Remy de (1909).
"Le Musset des Familles", Promenades Littéraires, 3e Série. Scheifley, William H. (1917).
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Brieux and Contemporary French Society. Séché, Alphonse (1904).
Emile Faguet. Paris: Sansot. Wilmotte, Maurice (1907). Trois Semeurs d'Idées: Agénor de Gasparin, Emile de Laveleye, Emile Faguet. Paris: Fischbacher.