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Charles Saroléa

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Charles Louis-Camille Saroléa FRSE DLitt (24 October 1870 in Tongeren – 11 March 1953 in Edinburgh) was a Belgian philologist and author. Life Saroléa was born in Tongeren on 24 October 1870 the son of Dr Jean Pierre Sarolea MD. He was educated at Lycee Athenee at Hasselt. He then studied at the University of Liège. He moved to Edinburgh in 1894 as Head of French at the University of Edinburgh (as Dr Sarolea). He initially lived in a flat at 74 Bruntsfield Place. In 1903 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. His proposers were George Chrystal, Alexander Crum Brown, Sir Francis Grant Ogilvie and James Gordon MacGregor. He was also a member of the Scottish Arts Club. In 1910, he moved to 21 Royal Terrace on Calton Hill. He was an avid book collector, and his library grew to such proportions that he took an adjoining property on the terrace to accommodate it. Saroléa wrote on Russia and edited a library of French authors for the publisher J.M. Dent. F
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