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Charles Magnin

Born in November 4, 1793 / Died in October 7, 1862 / France / French

Charles Magnin poet from France was born on November 4, 1793, had 68 years and died on October 7, 1862. Poems were written mainly in French language. Dominant movement is other.


Charles Magnin  was a French author. He received a brilliant education, and in 1813 became assistant in the imperial library, and in 1832 one of the directors of that institution. His theatrical criticisms in Le Globe (1826-1830), his lectures at the Sorbonne (1834-1835) on the origin of the modern stage, and his various writings won for him the praise of Sainte-Beuve, and a seat in the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. He also wrote poetry and plays.