Pailleron, Edouard

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Name
Pailleron, Edouard Gender: M
born on 17 September 1829 at 23:00 (= 11:00 PM )
Place Paris, France, 48n52, 2e20
Timezone LMT m2e20 (is local mean time)
Data source
BC/BR in hand
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: Geslain
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_vircol.18.gif 24°44' s_mo.18.gif s_taucol.18.gif 29°12 Asc.s_cancol.18.gif 09°56'



Edouard Pailleron

Biography

French poet and dramatist.

From a Parisian cultured "bourgeoise" family (upper-middle class), he was successively doctorate in law, lawyer, notary clerk, soldier (dragoon for two years), but irresistibly attracted by writing, he achieved his first success in 1860 with his one-act play "le Parasite", represented at the Odeon Theatre in Paris.

He married in 1862 the daughter of François Buloz, founder and director of the world-wide famous "Revue des Deux Mondes", a monument of the "Romantic literature" era, which he soon became co-director.

He pursued a triumphal career with his comedies about social customs (comedies de moeurs). His first big hit is obtained at the "Theatre du Gymnase", in 1868, with "le Monde où l'on s'amuse" (the World where you're having fun), which will lead him as Director of the "Comédie Française" (where he has been previously admitted in 1863 with his play "Le Dernier quartier" - the Last district). His career culminated in 1881 with "le Monde où l'on s'ennuie" (the World where you are bored), one of the most strikingly successful pieces of the period which knew a prodigious long run (over 1000 performances at "la Comedie Française" in Paris, and great success in St Petersburg, London, etc..). The play ridiculed contemporary upper class society and was filled with transparent allusions to well-known people. This triumphal success earned him his election to the famous "Académie française" in 1882 (seat n°12). None of his two latest creations ("la Souris" in 1887, and "Cabotins" in 1894) achieved so great a success.

He died 19 April 1899.


Link to Wikipedia biography

Events

Source Notes

Geslain archive

Categories

  • Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script
  • Vocation : Writers : Poet

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