At last other learned men, who did not love Chasles, tried to make him understand that he had been befooled.
Chasles, Philarte, his disparaging lecture on American literature, 134.
His son, mile Chasles (b. 1827), was a philologist of some reputation.
In those days there was a famous mathematician whose name was Chasles.
It is a vile term—that of Anglo-American—a pedantic term—and rather surprising from the pen of Chasles.
Chasles, Philarte: Galilei, sa vie, son procs et ses contemporains.
Fitzgerald mentions Chasles among French critics who accept the book.