Marivaux Pteria Carla De Chamblain De( French playwright and novelist)
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Marivaux, Pierre Carlo De Chamblain DE (Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de) (1688-1763), French dramatist and novelist, famous for his comedies, still pleasing regulars 'Comedie Francaise'. Born Feb. 4, 1688 in Paris. He studied law, was a literary circle B. Fontenelle (1657-1757) and A. Beat De La Mota (1672-1731). After a few mediocre novels and unsuccessful plays, he wrote the comedy "Harlequin, lovingly corrected" (Arlequin poli par l'amour, 1720), which is well accepted in 'Italian theater'. Invariable success enjoyed nearly three dozen of his comedy set in the 'Comedie Francaise' and 'Italian theater', in t.ch. "Surprise of Love" (La Surprise de l'amour, . 1722), . "Double impermanence" (La double inconstance, . 1723), . "The game of love and chance" (Le jeu de l'amour et du hasard, . 1730), . "Blindfolded oath" (Les Serments indiscrets, . 1732), . "The mother-confidante" (La Mre confidente, . 1735), . "The Inheritance" (Le Legs, . 1736) and "false acceptance" (Les fausses confidences, . 1737),
. Inspired by the 'Spectator' Addison, published magazines' French spectator '(' Le Spectateur franais', 1721-1724), 'The poor philosopher' ( 'L'indigent philosophe', 1726-1727) and 'The Cabinet of the philosopher' ( 'Le Cabinet du philosophe ', 1734)
. Between 1731-1741 Marivaux published two unfinished novel - "The Life of Marianne" (La Vie de Marianne) and "Lucky peasant" (La Paysan parvenu), . - Identify important stage in the evolution of the French novel, and influenced the development of the English novel 18,
. In these subtle psychological novels of Marivaux accurately and objectively reflected the contemporary mores. For adventures, narrated by a person a hero, rises Parisian society of that era. In 1742 Marivaux was elected to the French Academy. The last years of his life he spent in Paris. Marivaux died in Paris on February 12, 1763.