Tanzaï et Néadarné  

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Tanzaï et Néadarné is a 1734 novel by Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon. The novel was a satire on contemporary France, Cardinal de Rohan, Duchesse du Maine, the Bishop of Rennes and the Unigetus.

The book was banned, its author locked in prison of Vincennes on December 8, 1734. He was freed by the Princesse de Conti.




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