François de Chavigny de la Bretonniere  

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-[[François de Chavigny de la Bretonniere]] (1652 - 1705) was a French writer, a presumed author of ''[[Vénus dans le Cloître]]''.+[[François de Chavigny de la Bretonniere]] (1652 - 1705) was a French writer, a presumed author of ''[[Vénus dans le Cloître]]'' and the confirmed author of ''[[Le Cochon mitré, dialogue]]'' and ''[[Les Entretiens de la grille]]''.
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François de Chavigny de la Bretonniere (1652 - 1705) was a French writer, a presumed author of Vénus dans le Cloître and the confirmed author of Le Cochon mitré, dialogue and Les Entretiens de la grille.



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