François-Thomas-Marie de Baculard d'Arnaud  

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François-Thomas-Marie de Baculard d'Arnaud (8 September 17188 November 1805) was a French writer and dramatist. He was a practitioner of the roman noir. His series of novellas Les Épreuves du sentiment inspired Bellini's opera Adelson e Salvini.

Works

  • Les Amants malheureux (1764)
  • Les Épreuves du sentiment (1772-80)
  • Nouvelles Historique (1774-84)
  • Lorimon, ou l'homme tel qu'il est (1803)
  • Le comte de Comminges (??)


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