Michel de Cubières  

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Michel, chevalier de Cubières, the brother of Louis Pierre de Cubières (1752–1820) was a French writer, known under the pen-names of Palmézaux and Dorat-Cubières, taking the latter name as he had Claude Joseph Dorat as his master.

He wrote short verses for the Almanachs and the Étrennes lyriques of the time, and a large number of plays and "écrits de circonstance". He backed the French Revolution, being made secretary to the Paris Commune and pronouncing an Elogy on Jean-Paul Marat.

He was a lover of Fanny de Beauharnais and collaborated, with Claude Joseph Dorat, on some of her writings.




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