Theo Marzials Biography

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Theophile-Jules-Henri Marzials, or as he himself abridged it, Theo Marzials, published one volume of poetry when he was a young man; achieved a reputation during his early maturity as a composer and singer of popular songs; collaborated as a librettist on Esmerelda, an opera based on Victor Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris and produced at the Drury Lane Theatre in March 1883; had in the 1890s two poems published in the Yellow Book, a quarterly devoted to Decadent literature and art; and then lingered on for two decades before dying and passing into apparent oblivion. John M. Munro, who edited a selection of Marzials's poems in 1974, establishes no claim that Marzials has been unjustly neglected and deserves rehabilitation, but Munro does provide, through the poems and in his introduction, access to one of those illuminating minor figures who add dimension to literary history. Marzials had associations with Dante Gabriel...

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