Claretie was educated at the lycee Bonaparte, and was destined for a commercial career.
At the lycee--or great school--the boys are just coming out.
Five first prizes carried off in the five classes of the lycee.
My father sent me to the lycee, but I could only arouse myself from my lethargy with the greatest of effort.
I was eighteen, and I had been for a long time looked upon at the lycee as a sly practical joker.
Of course, there are many exceptions and, in the lycee of Dijon, these were more numerous than usual.
This beautiful work, however, was "to be transmitted to Warren Pershing from his comrades of the lycee."
It was there that he recognized one evening his classmate of the lycee, Arthur Papillon, seated at one of the political tables.
Pupil at the lycee Louis le Grand, he received many prizes, and was entered for the law.
The same year he received a teaching appointment at the lycee in Angers, the ancient capital of Anjou.