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Born in November 4, 1769 / Died in December 2, 1833 / France / French


Chênedollé, Charles-Julien Lioult de (1769-1833). French writer of didactic and nature poetry (Le Génie de l'homme, 1807; Études poétiques, 1820). An important figure for early French Romantic poets, he has had a merely antiquarian significance for later readers. He was an associate of Constant, Madame de Staël, and Chateaubriand, an acolyte of Rivarol, and lover of Lucile.