1572, Jun 81653, Oct 26
a French poet. He is most notable for his sonnet on the beautiful eyes of Gabrielle d'Estrées and for being a founder member of the Académie française. He is sometimes called Honoré de Porchères Laugier. Honorat de Porchères Laugier began in literature with a prose work, The Camp of Place-Royale, which he published in 1612. His amorous poems inserted in the collections of the time, were remarkable for Valentin Conrart and his circle of friends, who invited him to be part of the academy they formed. On 4 December 1634, he was received in the new French Academy.
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