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Charles Buet

Summary: Charles Buet, born in Chambéry (Savoie) on 23 October 1846 and died in Paris on 23 November 1897, is a French writer and journalist. He was the author of historical novels whose action was often linked to Savoy and its legends. He has written articles under many pseudonyms: Gaston Bois-Dupré, Capitaine Nemo, Vindex, among others. The son of a Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne grocer, Charles Buet was educated at the Collège de Saint Pierre-d'Albigny before studying briefly at the Faculty of Lyon, and becoming a correspondent for the Courrier des Alpes and the Journal de la Savoie. In 1867 he was hired by L'Univers, an ultramontane newspaper and willingly polemical edited by Louis Veuillot. He was also influenced by the Catholic philosopher Ernest Hello.

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