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Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 1732-1799

LC control no.n 80125207
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LC classificationPQ1956
Personal name headingBeaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 1732-1799
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Variant(s)Beaumarchais, 1732-1799
Beaumarchais, de, 1732-1799
Beaumarchais, M. de (Pierre Augustin Caron), 1732-1799
Bomarshe, 1732-1799
Bomarshe, Pʹer Ogi︠u︡sten Karon de, 1732-1799
Bomarŭswe, 1732-1799
Caron de Beaumarchais, 1732-1799
Caron de Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin, 1732-1799
Caron, Pierre Augustin, 1732-1799
Caron, Sieur, 1732-1799
De Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron, 1732-1799
Karon de Bomarshe, Pʹer Ogi︠u︡sten, 1732-1799
Pao-ma-li, 1732-1799
Pomarŭswe, 1732-1799
באמארשע, פיער אגיוסטען קאראן
꺄롱 드 보오마르쉐, 1732-1799
Birth date1732-01-24
Death date1799-05-18
Profession or occupationDramatists
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Found inPièces relatives aux démêlés entre Mademoiselle d'Eon de Beaumont ... 1778: t.p. (le Sieur Caron, dit de Beaumarchais) p. 3 (letter signed: Caron de Beaumarchais)
His La folle journée, ou, Le mariage de Figaro, 1785: t.p. (Mr. Caron de Beaumarchais)
His Hwigaro ŭi kyŏrhon, 1966: t.p. (Bomarŭswe)
Leshchinskai︠a︡, G.I. Pʹer Ogi︠u︡sten Karon de Bomarshe, 1980.
His Le barbier de Séville ... 1775: t.p.(M. de Beaumarchais)
The barber of Seville, 1942: insert (Pierre Augustin Caron adopted the name Caron de Beaumarchais)
Bezumnyĭ denʹ, ili, Zhenitʹba Figaro, 2002: t.p. (Bomarshe) t.p. verso (P.A. Caron de Beaumarchais [in rom.])
Wikipedia, 1 October 2010 (Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais; 24 January 1732-18 May 1799; watchmaker, inventor, musician, diplomat, fugitive, spy, publisher, arms dealer, and revolutionary (both French and American). He was best known, however, for his theatrical works, especially the three Figaro plays)
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