1592, Aug 11662, Mar 30
a French poet, playwright, and courtier. He was introduced to Cardinal Richelieu in 1623, and became one of five poets to inspire Richelieu's works. It was Boisrobert who suggested to Richelieu the plan of the Académie française, and he was one of its earliest and most active members. These efforts resulted in him becoming quite wealthy. He wrote a number of comedies and contributed to numerous others, including La Belle Plaideuse and Moliere's L'Avare. Contes, published under the name of his brother D'Ouville, is also often largely attributed to him.
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