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Dancourt, Florent Carton, 1661-1725


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    • Carton, Florent, 1661-1725
    • Dancourt, M. (Florent Carton), 1661-1725
    • Ancourt, M. d' (Florent Carton), 1661-1725
    • Ancourt, Florent Carton, sieur d', 1661-1725
    • Carton Dancourt, Florent, 1661-1725
    • Dancourt, F. C. (Florent Carton), 1661-1725
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    • Dancourt, Florent Carton, sieur d'Ancourt, called, 1661-1725
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    • found: Bib. nat.(Dancourt, Florent Carton, dit; predom. usage, M. Dancourt)
    • found: His Les chefs-d'œuvre de théâtre de M. d'Ancourt, 1773:t.p. (M. d'Ancourt) [Info from InU]
    • found: Dict. de biog. franç.(Dancourt, Florent Carton de, b. 11/1/1661, d. 5/11/1725)
    • found: Oxford comp. to French lit.(Dancourt, Florent Carton, sieur d'Ancourt, known as, 1661-1725) [Info from InU]
    • found: Blanc, A. F.C. Dancourt, 1661-1725, c1984:t.p. (F.C. Dancourt)
    • found: His Comédies, 1985- :t.p. (Florent Carton Dancourt)
    • found: His Le chevalier à la mode, 1980:t.p. (Florent Carton Dancourt)
    • found: Les bourgeoises de qualité, 170-?:t.p. (Dancourt)
    • found: Quérard(Dancort, Florent Carton, b. Nov. 1, 1661; d. Dec. 6, 1726)
    • found: Les vacances comedie, 1760:title page (by Mr. Dancourt)
    • found: Wikipedia, 29 December 2016(Florent Carton Dancourt; Florent Carton aka Dancourt (1 November 1661-7 December 1725), French dramatist and actor, was born at Fontainebleau; he practised at the bar for some time, but his marriage to the daughter of the comedian Francois Lenoir de la Thorilliere led him to become an actor; his gifts as a comedian gave him immediate and marked success, both with the public and with his fellow actors; he was the spokesman of his company on occasions of state, and in this capacity he frequently appeared before Louis XIV, who treated him with great favour; Dancourt was a prolific author, and produced some sixty plays in all; some years before his death he terminated his career both as an actor and as an author by retiring to his chateau at Courcelles le Roi, in Berry, where he employed himself in making a poetical translation of the Psalms and in writing a sacred tragedy)
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