Educated at Lycee Louis le Grand, Feuillet initially studied law, but soon became attracted to writing. He collaborated with the elder Dumas before publishing his own works, Onesta and Alix, in 1846. His first real success was the novel Bellak (1852). Feuillet wrote numerous plays including the popular Les Portraits de la Marquise and Un Jeune Homme pauvre (1858). His many novels include Le Petite Comtesse (1857), Dalila (1857), Sibylle (1862), Monsieur de Camors (1867) and Julia de Trecoeur (1872). Feuillet was elected to the French Academy in 1862 and in 1868 was appointed the librarian of Fontainebleau palace.
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Julia de Trecoeur (or, The Sphinx)
Monsieur de Camors
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