|Birthname||Paul Auguste Arène|
|born on||26 June 1843 at 04:00 (= 04:00 AM )|
|Place||Arezzo, Italy, 43n25, 11e53|
|Timezone||LMT m11e53 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||03°49' 13°52 Asc. 28°01'|
Provençal poet and French writer.
The subject of all of his Provençal pieces are the area, and particularly the countryside, around Sisteron: Fontfrediero, Lis Estello negro, Raubatori.
In French, Paul Arène published Parnassiculet, in which he talked about his life, in the style of Parnassianism. Like his friend Octave Mirbeau in 1884, Paul Arène collaborated actively with Alphonse Daudet in the publishing of his Provençal chronicles, published as L'Événement and which were republished under the title Lettres de mon moulin.
In 1868, Paul Arène wrote his chef-d'œuvre, Jean des Figues.
He died 17 December 1896.
- friend relationship with Daudet, Alphonse (born 13 May 1840)
- friend relationship with Mirbeau, Octave (born 16 February 1848)
Birth certificate on file from Sy Scholfield.
Same data in Gauquelin vol 6.
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction
- Vocation : Writers : Poet