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  • François L'Hermite, sieur du Soliers, dit Tristan L'Hermite, né en 1601 à Janaillat (aujourd'hui département de la Creuse) au château de Soliers, dans la Marche, et mort à Paris le 7 septembre 1655, est un poète et dramaturge français. Il occupa le fauteuil 17 de l'Académie française de 1649 à 1655.
  • Tristan L’Hermite /trisˈtɑ̃ lɛrˈmit/ (eigentlich François L’Hermite, seigneur du Solier; * 1601 auf Schloss Solier/Marche; † 11. September 1655 in Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller.
  • François L'Hermite, sieur de Soliers, detto Tristan L'Hermite (Soliers, 1601 – Parigi, 7 settembre 1655), è stato uno scrittore e drammaturgo francese.
  • François l'Hermite (c. 1601 – 7 September 1655) was a French dramatist who wrote under the name Tristan l'Hermite. He was born at the Château de Soliers in the Haute Marche. His adventures began early, for he killed his enemy in a duel at the age of thirteen, and was obliged to flee to England. The story of his childhood and youth he embroiders in a burlesque novel, the Page disgracie. He was, in succession, poet to Gaston d'Orléans, to the duchesse de Chaulnes and the duke of Guise.His first tragedy, Marianne (1636), was also his best. It was followed by Penthée (1637), La Mort de Seneque (1644), La Mort de Crispe (1645) and the Parasite (1654). He was also the author of some admirable lyrics. Three of his best plays are printed in the Théâtre français of 1737.He took his pseudonym from Tristan l'Hermite, a shadowy figure of the late Middle Ages who was provost of the marshals of the King's household under Louis XI of France.
  • Франсуа Лермит, сеньор Солье, по прозванию Тристан Отшельник (фр. François L'Hermite, sieur du Soliers dit Tristan L'Hermite); март 1601, замок Солье — 7 сентября 1655, Париж) — французский придворный поэт, драматург и романист.
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  • Tristan L’Hermite /trisˈtɑ̃ lɛrˈmit/ (eigentlich François L’Hermite, seigneur du Solier; * 1601 auf Schloss Solier/Marche; † 11. September 1655 in Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller.
  • François L'Hermite, sieur de Soliers, detto Tristan L'Hermite (Soliers, 1601 – Parigi, 7 settembre 1655), è stato uno scrittore e drammaturgo francese.
  • Франсуа Лермит, сеньор Солье, по прозванию Тристан Отшельник (фр. François L'Hermite, sieur du Soliers dit Tristan L'Hermite); март 1601, замок Солье — 7 сентября 1655, Париж) — французский придворный поэт, драматург и романист.
  • François l'Hermite (c. 1601 – 7 September 1655) was a French dramatist who wrote under the name Tristan l'Hermite. He was born at the Château de Soliers in the Haute Marche. His adventures began early, for he killed his enemy in a duel at the age of thirteen, and was obliged to flee to England. The story of his childhood and youth he embroiders in a burlesque novel, the Page disgracie.
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