Le tolérant ou La tolérance morale et religieuse : comédie en 5 actes, en vers... ([Reprod.]) / par Charles-Albert Demoustier (1795)
Charles-Albert Demoustier (13 March 1760 – 2 March 1801) was a French writer. He falsely claimed to be a descendant of La Fontaine by his mother and Racine by his father.Demoustier was born in Villers-Cotterêts. He worked as a lawyer, but later decided to become a writer. In 1786, he published the first part of Lettres à Emilie sur la mythologie. The sixth part was published in 1798.These works, alternating prose and madrigal-like verses, were very successful.Demoustier tried to edit Lettres à Emilie sur la mythologie, but the bookseller who owned the copyrights refused to let him do so, perhaps because he had a stock of earlier copies he wanted to get rid of first. Demoustier was unable to wait, as he died a painful, premature death, in Paris, soon after.He also wrote comedies, among them: Conciliateur ou l'Homme aimable, in 5 acts and in verse, 1791 Femmes, in 3 acts and in verse. Alceste ou le misanthrope corrigé, in 3 acts and in verseDemoustier also wrote some comic operas, a Cours de morale, Opuscules and short Poèmes, 1804.
Collection : Les archives de la Révolution française ; 12.163
Collection : Les archives de la Révolution française ; 12.162
Collection : Les archives de la Révolution française ; 12.164
Collection : Bibliothèque des dames ; 8
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Titre uniforme : Gaveaux, Pierre (1760-1825). Compositeur. [L'amour filial]; D'abord représenté sous le titre "Les deux Suisses ou Les deux invalides", puis à partir du 10 août 1792 sous le titre "L'amour filial ou La jambe de bois". - Rôles : Louise (Sol 2), Félix (Ut 4),...