[Reading] ➿ Th��tre Des Auteurs Du Second Ordre; Com�dies En Vers, Vol. 1: Jodelet, Ou Le Ma�tre Valet; Don Japhet d'Arm�nie; Le Deuil (Classic Reprint) By Paul Scarron – Heartforum.co.uk Excerpt from Theatre des Auteurs du Second Ordre Comedies en Vers, Vol Jodelet, ou le Maitre Valet Don Japhet d Armenie Le DeuilAvec des Notices sur chaque Auteur, la liste de leurs Pieces et la date Excerpt from Theatre des Auteurs du Second Auteurs Du PDF/EPUB Ã Ordre Comedies en Vers, VolJodelet, ou le Maitre Valet Don Japhet d Armenie Le DeuilAvec des Notices sur chaque Auteur, la liste de leurs Pieces et la date des premieres representationsAbout the PublisherForgotten books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of
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Paul Scarron c July in Auteurs Du PDF/EPUB Ã Paris October in Paris aka Monsieur Scarron was a French poet, dramatist, and novelist, born in Paris His precise birthdate is unknown, but he was baptized on July Scarron was the first husband of Fran oise d Aubign , who later became Madame de Maintenon and secretly
Th��tre Des eBook ó married King Louis XIV of France Scarron was the seventh child of Paul Scarron, a noble of the robe and member of the Parlement of Paris, and Gabrielle Goguet Paul became an abb when he was nineteen He lived in Le Mans from to , and in traveled to Rome with his patron, Charles de Beaumanoir, the Des Auteurs Du MOBI ñ bishop of Le Mans Finding a patron in Marie de Hautefort, ma tresse en titre of Louis XIII, he became a well known figure in literary and fashionable societyIn , Scarron became crippled One source Laurent Angliviel de la Beaumelle, Memoires de Mme de Maintenon attributed Scarron s deformities to rheumatism contracted from spending time in a swamp According Th��tre Des Auteurs Du Second Ordre; Com�dies En to this story, Scarron, while residing at Le Mans, once tarred and feathered himself as a carnival freak and was obliged to hide in a swamp to escape the wrath of the townspeople Another story has Scarron falling into an ice water bath during the Carnival season It seemslikely, seeing the connection with water, that he was crippled by polio Whatever the cause, Scarron began to suffer from miserable Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB deformity and pain His upper body became permanently twisted and his legs were paralyzed he was obliged to use a wheelchair He began to take copious amounts of opium to relieve his pain Adding to his misfortunes, he became involved in a series of lawsuits with his stepmother over his father s property He was also obliged to support his sisters financiallyScarron returned to Paris in In , he published Recueil de quelques vers burlesques A Collection of Some Burlesque Verses , and the next year published Typhon ou la gigantomachie At Le Mans he had conceived the idea of his Roman comique Comic Novel , the first part of which was printed in In , his comedy Jodelet, ou le ma tre valet Jodelet, or the Valet as Master the actor who played the leading role was also called Jodelet Jodelet was the first of many French comedies about a servant who takes on the role of master, an idea that Scarron borrowed from the SpanishScarron became employed by the bookseller Quinet and called his works his marquisat de Quinet He had also a pension from Nicolas Fouquet, and one from the queen Scarron had initially dedicated Typhon to Mazarin, who was not impressed with the work Scarron then changed it to a burlesque on Mazarin In he expressed his allegiance to the Fronde by writing a violent anti Mazarin pamphlet, and lost his pensions due to thisIn his early years, Scarron was something of a libertine In a penniless lady of good family, C leste Palaiseau, kept his house in the Rue d Enfer, and tried to reform the habits of Scarron and his circleIn , he married the impoverished but beautiful Fran oise d Aubign , afterwards famous as Madame de Maintenon, second wife of Louis XIV He died in Paris on October .
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- Th��tre Des Auteurs Du Second Ordre; Com�dies En Vers, Vol. 1: Jodelet, Ou Le Ma�tre Valet; Don Japhet d'Arm�nie; Le Deuil (Classic Reprint)
- Paul Scarron
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