16031675, Sep 23
a French author, and as a founder of the Académie française, the first occupant of seat 2. He was born in Paris of Calvinist parents, and was educated for business. However, after his father's death in 1620, he began to move in literary circles, and soon acquired a reputation, though he wrote nothing for many years. The most important of Conrart's written works is his Mémoires sur l'histoire de son temps published by Louis-Jean-Nicolas Monmerqué in 1825.
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