Jean Laforgue  

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French literature

Jean Laforgue (1782 - 1852) was a French academic best-known for publishing a bowdlerized version of Casanova's memoirs, Histoire de ma vie of which he altered the religious and political views and censored the sexual references. His version was based on the German language edition by Friedrich Arnold Brockhaus.



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