a French poet and one of the founding members of the Académie française in 1634. In his youth, Malleville is a member of the inner circle of Illustrious Bergers, a circle of poets and scholars Catholic ronsardiens in which he is identified for Damon. Member of the circle of Conrart and Mlle de Gournay, accustomed to the Hotel de Rambouillet, Malleville contributed by a dozen poems, all of which were very popular at the garland of Julie. His most famous sonnet, La Belle Matineuse was composed on the occasion of a poetic joust with Vincent Car on a theme dating back to the Roman poet Catullus
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