Jean-Charles Gervaise de Latouche  

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Jean-Charles Gervaise de Latouche (26 November 1715, in Amiens - 28 November 1782), was a French writer. He was a lawyer at the Parlement de Paris of the Ancien Régime.

The authorship of the licentious books Mémoires de Mademoiselle de Bonneval (1738), Histoire de Dom Bougre, Portier des Chartreux (1741), and possibly also Lyndamine, ou, L'optimisme des pays chauds (1778) has been attributed to him.





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