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Collin d'Harleville, M. (Jean-François), 1755-1806

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Personal name headingCollin d'Harleville, M. (Jean-François), 1755-1806
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Variant(s)Arleville, M. Collin d' (Jean-François), 1755-1806
Collin d'Arleville, M. (Jean-François), 1755-1806
Collin d'Harleville, J.-Fr. (Jean-François), 1755-1806
Collin d'Harleville, Jean-François, 1755-1806
Collin-Harleville, 1755-1806
Collin, Jean-François, 1755-1806
D'Harleville, Jean-François Collin, 1755-1806
Harleville, M. Collin d' (Jean-François), 1755-1806
Associated countryFrance
LocatedChartres (France) Paris (France)
Mévoisins (France)
Birth date1755-05-30
Death date1806-02-24
Place of birthMévoisins (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityLiterature Drama Poetry Law
AffiliationInstitut national de France Académie française
Institut national des sciences et des arts (France)
Profession or occupationAuthors Dramatists Poets Lawyers
Found inHis Le vieux célibataire, 1806: t.p. (M. Collin Harleville)
His Les chateaux en Espagne, 1789?: t.p. (M. Collin d'Arleville)
La grande encyclopedie (Collin d'Harleville, Jean François, 1755-1806)
Le vieux célibataire, 1793: t.p. (Collin-Harleville)
Collin d'Harleville, M. Œuvres de Collin d'Harleville, between 1890 and 1920?: page v-vi (D'Harleville, not Harleville; often, and in later years, signed as Collin Harleville; initially signed just as Collin; although the particle "de" did not have anything to do with nobility, once it became suspect and dangerous, he dropped it; born Jean-François Collin in Mévoisins, near Maintenon, département of Eure-et-Loir, 30 May 1755) p. viii, etc. (plays and poetry; admitted to Institut national after its creation in 1795; lived in Mévoisins, Chartres, and Paris; died in Paris 24 February 1806)
Académie française Web site, 25 November 2015: Les immortels (Jean-François Collin d'Harleville; chevalier de la Légion d'honneur; dramatist, poet; born in Maintenon, near Chartres, 30 May 1755; named to the Institut, in Section de grammaire, 3e classe, 15 December 1795; the organization of 1803 put him into the 2e classe; died 24 February 1806)
Tissier, André. Collin d'Harleville, 1963-1964: v. 1, t.p. (1755-1806) v. 1, p. facing t.p. (J.-Fr. Collin d'Harleville) v. 1, p. 10 (Collin) v. 1, p. 19 (Jean-François Collin d'Harleville)
Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre, 25 November 2015 (Jean-François Collin d'Harleville; French playwright; Jean-François Collin; called himself "Collin d'Harleville" from the name of land that he owned in the hamlet of Bailleau-Armenonville; became lawyer in Chartres from 1780, while cultivating literature at the same time; during Revolution, called himself Collin Harleville; under the Reign of Terror, he gave poems for major civic festivals; in 1795, recognized by the Convention nationale, seated in the newly created Institut national; elected to Académie française in 1803)
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